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Few protest Wilson County tax bills
As of the start of the Wilson County Appraisal District’s May 6 board of directors meeting, the district had received only approximately 100 protests related to tax bills mailed last month, according to Chief Appraiser Brian Stahl.All new property owners and those who experienced a change in value of $1 or greater should have received notices, which were mailed April 1, he said.
Also during the meeting, the board reappointed Bob Dodd and Tom Allen as president and secretary, respectively, of the district’s Appraisal Review Board.
The board took a look ahead toward December, receiving a presentation from Jason Talley of Floresville-based Talley Benefits about the district’s employee health insurance. Open enrollment does not occur for more than six months, and Talley’s preliminary research has concluded that monthly health-insurance premium quotes likely will come in at or below current costs.
In other business, the board met in closed session to discuss Stahl’s evaluation. No action was taken when the board reconvened.
Also in attendance: Collections Manager Jo Ann Wiatrek, Assistant Chief Appraiser Jenny Coldewey, and Administrative Assistant Annette Pfeil; and board members Frank Pruski, Jim Yanta, Scott Sisti, Robert Gregory, and David Deason.
Property owners wishing to file a protest with the Wilson County
Appraisal District’s Appraisal Review Board have until May 31.
Protests may be filed by those with concerns such as:
•The market or appraised value of a property
•Any exemptions that might apply
•The qualification for an agricultural or timber appraisal.
For information, visit the Wilson County Appraisal District’s offices, 1611 Railroad St., Floresville, call 830-393-3065, or visit www.wilson-cad.org.
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