Senator Dave Robertson
   
 

Sen. Robertson to hold property tax forums


When: Monday, Feb. 27
7 p.m.

Where: Grand Blanc Senior Center
12632 Pagles Dr.
Grand Blanc, MI 48439

Who:
State Sen. Dave Robertson, chairman of the Senate Committee on Local Government & Elections and member of the Senate Finance Committee
Mark Avery, attorney and tax expert
Joe Graves, Genesse County Commissioner
Members of the public

What: Forum for residents of the 26th Senate District on how to effectively appeal their property tax bills

Briefing: Robertson, R-Grand Blanc Township, Commissioner Graves, and tax expert Mark Avery will hold a public forum to discuss the process for appealing property tax assessments and common mistakes to avoid. They will also answer questions from taxpayers.

The forum is free and open to the public. Sen. Robertson encourages all interested residents of the 26th District to attend. For those who are unable to attend, information will be available through Robertson's office by calling his office at 1-866-305-2126, or e-mailing SenDRobertson@senate.michigan.gov.

When: Monday, Mar. 5
6:30 p.m.

Where: Springfield Library
12000 Davisburg Rd Dr.
Davisburg, MI 48350

Who:
State Sen. Dave Robertson, chairman of the Senate Committee on Local
Government & Elections and member of the Senate Finance Committee
State Reps Brad Jacobson and Eileen Kowall
Oakland County Commissioners Beth Nuccio and Bob Hoffman
Mark Avery, attorney and tax expert
Members of the public

What: Forum for residents of the 26th Senate District on how to effectively appeal their property tax bills

Briefing: Robertson, R-Grand Blanc Township, Jacobsen, R-Lake Orion, Kowall, R-White Lake, Commissioners Nuccio and Hoffman and tax expert Mark Avery will hold a public forum to discuss the process for appealing property tax assessments and common mistakes to avoid. They will also answer questions from taxpayers.

The forum is free and open to the public. Sen. Robertson encourages all interested residents of the 26th District to attend. For those who are unable to attend, information will be available through Robertson's office by calling his office at 1-866-305-2126, or e-mailing SenDRobertson@senate.michigan.gov.