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December 15, 2020
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Brighton Township Hall
4363 Buno Rd
Brighton, MI 48114
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December Board of Review

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

The Board of Review meets in July and December to consider "clerical errors" and "mutual mistakes of fact", poverty exemption appeals for the current year, qualified agricultural exemptions, disabled veteran exemptions, and principal residence exemptions for the current year and up to three years prior. These cases are usually brought to the Board of Review by the Assessor, on behalf of the taxpayer. Appeals of market value cannot be considered at the July or December Board of Review.

SPECIAL NOTICE: Due to State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Order under MCL 333.2253 and to Minimize the Spread of COVID-19, this meeting will be held electronically, as permitted under Public Act 228 of 2020. See instructions below for participating in this ZOOM video conference.


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