Reed Heidelberger to represent Alexandria at state level
Alexandria, MN, July 29, 2016– At the July 26th meeting of the Minnesota State Board of Assessors in St. Michael, Reed Heidelberger, City of Alexandria Assessor, was named to hold a seat on that prestigious board
“Having Reed represent Alexandria by sitting on this board is not only a privilege to our city, but an honor know we have such a talented individual working in our City Assessors office. Having our city voice heard at the state level is imperative to assuring our residents that Greater Minnesota is participating at all levels of decision making and state-wide conversations.” Marty Schultz, City of Alexandria Administrator.
The creation of this board is to review, supervise, coordinate, and approve courses in assessment practices, and establish criteria for determining assessor’s qualifications. The board shall also consider other matters relating to assessment administration brought before it by the commissioner of revenue. The board may grant, renew, suspend, or revoke an assessor’s license.
According to the Minnesota State Revenue website, “The board is composed of nine members appointed by the Commissioner of Revenue. The purpose of the board is to educate, license, and regulate the professional conduct of assessors in order to provide the taxpayers of Minnesota with a fair and equitable valuation of their property. The board publishes rules that govern the licensing requirements for assessors.”
The City of Alexandria is a progressive regional center defined by purposeful growth and community partnerships. A thriving city in the heart of Central Minnesota, is noted for its’ location among hundreds of clear, blue lakes. It is recognized as Minnesota’s fastest growing Micropolitan.
by Sara Stadtherr
Sara is the Communications Coordinator for the city of Alexandria. She is committed to the residents of Alexandria. Feel free to reach out to her for any reason, she would be happy to hear from you. To contact Sara, please email [email protected] or call 320-759-3607.
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