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2013 Town of Hustisford Revaluation
The Town of Hustisford has contracted with Jacobson Appraisals, Inc. to perform a complete revalutiaon of the town for the 2013 assessment year. The last complete revaluation of the town was completed in 2003 and an update was completed in 2008. The appraisers completeing the work are Ron Jacobson and John Strehmel. They will carry photo identification. The revaluation includes checking the exterior measurements of all buildings and interior inspectins of buildings as needed. Property owners will be notified by mail when the assessor will be working in their neighborhood. Exterior inspections will be completed during daytime hours. Interior inspections will be completed during the daytime when possible or during early evening. If a property owner is not available for a notified appointment time it is important for them to call the assessor to reschedule the appointmet. The revaluation work will start in June 2013 and inspections will be completed through the summer of 2013. Upon completion of the inspections and the assessment roll propery owners will receive a Notice of Assessment in the mail
Trespassing and Revalution Notice
2009 Wisconsin Act 68
2009 Wisconsin Act 68 partially exempts an assessor and assessor's staff from liability for trespassing, creating imunity from civil liability and changing the notice requiements relating to the revaluation of property by an assessor.
The trespass law entitiles the assessor to enter a property once during an assessment cycle unless the property owner authorizes additional visits. The entry must be on a weekday during daylight hours or at another time as agreed upon with the property owner. The assessor's visit must be not be more than one hour The assessor must not open doors, enter through open doors, or look into windows of structures. if the property owner or occupant is not present, the assessor must leave a notice on the principal building providing the owner information on how to contact them. The assessor may not enter the premises if they have received a noctice from the property owner or occupant denying them entry. The assessor must leave if the property owner or occupant askes them to leave.