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Honors Outstanding Employees!

TinaTina Royer has been named the Assessor's Employee of the Quarter. Tina is extremely thorough, addressing all details on the properties that pass through her hands and leaving a concise, yet detailed record of her work, which is essential when questions come up from coworkers or taxpayers about what has occurred on a property. She actively looks for ways to produce work in the most efficient and effective manner. This helps with our limited staff, to get work done as speedily as possible, and her work is always accurate. Recently, Tina has been pivotal in using her knowledge of the Dept of Revenue nonprofit determinations to make the needed changes to the tax rolls for commercial properties, creating sub accounts whenever necessary and calculating the affect of ratios on the property for past, present and future years taxes.


Dan LiesekeDan Lieseke has been named the Assessor's Equalizer of the Year.  The Equalizer of the year award is given to the residential appraiser who achieves the best measure of uniformity when all his or her sales during a specified period of time are compared to assessed values.  The deviation statistic used for evaluation is the coefficient of dispersion.  When end of the year (2013) statistics were compiled Dan prevailed in close competition between his fellow residential appraisers.




George WolfeGeorge Wolfe has been named the Assessor's Employee of the Year.  George Wolfe has been  contributing to the success for this office for twenty eight years.  During that time much of his work has been in the field inspecting residential properties.  In so doing he has had many encounters with dangerous dogs, experienced all kinds of weather conditions and had his share of up close and personal experiences with angry taxpayers, who didn’t appreciate the importance of the work he was doing.  He has helped train many new appraisers and four assessors during his tenure in the office.  This award is in recognition of his many years of loyal, dedicated service and his very positive contribution to the workplace morale over those years.

  Last Updated: 
  April 23, 2014
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