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Assessor - Al Seccia 906-494-2381 or 906-287-0135 (9-5)
assessor@burttownship.com

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Assessment Notice Correction

Due to a software error, your 2011 assessment notice reflects the incorrect multiplier. The multiplier is actually 1.017. Your taxable value is correct on your notices! Sorry for any confusion! Al

Burt Township Board welcomes Al Seccia as the Township Assessor effective August 1, 2009. He can be reached through the township office at 906.494.2381 or his cell at 906.287-0135. Mr. Seccia is available by phone from 9 to 5 daily, and is in the office two days per month.

MCL 41.61 permits the township board to provide for the appointment of assessors for the township who have all the powers and duties of the supervisor in the assessment of property. The supervisor remains the chief assessing officer and the assessors are, in all cases, subordinate to the supervisor.

Where the supervisor is not a certified assessor or has not received a conditional six-month certification or where he or she is a newly elected or appointed supervisor without normal certification, the township board must employ a certified assessor to perform the assessing functions and sign the roll. The conditional six-month certification is not available to a township with a state equalized valuation in excess of $125 million (MCL 211.10d). If an assessor is not employed by the township, the county tax or equalization department or the State Tax Commission must perform the assessment functions and prepare the assessment roll at the expense of the township, which can be quite costly.

The completed assessment roll is deposited with the supervisor for appropriate handling. Assessors are compensated as determined by the township board. The use of an assessor is particularly necessary if the supervisor is not certified at the sufficient level or if the township is sufficiently developed that it is impossible for one person to perform the assessing function.

 

 

 

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