COLUMBUS - 

State Representative Dave Greenspan (R-Westlake) today announced that the House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee unanimously approved House Bill 361, legislation that addresses response time to property tax complaints.


House Bill 361 seeks to address the many challenges county Boards of Revision face to make decisions on property tax complaints under the limited time they are allotted in current statute. The bill will increase the amount of time Boards of Revision have to respond after a complaint is filed. This increase will give county Boards of Revision enough time to hear and render their decision on property values complaints and aid them in staying in compliance.


“Presently, there are boards in our counties that will miss the deadline due to the massive volume of complaints and too small a staff to assist with processing these complaints,” said Greenspan. “House Bill 361 ensures that our county Boards of Revision have the time to promptly render decisions.”


House Bill 361 now awaits consideration for a vote by the full House.

 
 
 
  
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