Understanding Your Home & Farmland Assessments
State Rep. Blaine Wilhour (R-Beecher City) announced today that he is partnering with Marion County Supervisor of Assessments Mark Miller to provide a free seminar to homeowners and property owners in Marion County on the assessment process for residential and farmland owners. The seminar will take place at the Bryan-Bennett Library in Salem on March 12 from 6 – 8 p.m.
“The biggest complaint I get from constituents around my district are about high taxes and the number one on that list is property taxes,” said Rep. Wilhour. “We also have a number of farmers who would like an opportunity to learn more about the farmland reassessment that is going on all over the state. Increasing taxes are the number one reason people say they are leaving our state for places like Indiana, Missouri and Kentucky,” Wilhour added.
Come learn about how residential and farmland property is evaluated for property tax purposes. Find out if you qualify for any of the Property Exemptions available such as the Seniors Citizens, Disable Homeowners or Returning Veterans Exemptions. All area residents and property owners are welcome to attend this FREE program.
DATE: Thursday, March 12
TIME: 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
LOCATION: Bryan-Bennett Library
(Large Meeting Room)
315 S. Maple Street, Salem
Seating is limited. Please contact Rep. Wilhour’s office to RSVP that you are attending or for any questions at 217-994-9348.