Duties per Town Charter (Chapter IV Section 4):
There shall be a Board of Assessment Appeals consisting of three members for terms of three years. The First Selectman annually shall appoint one member to succeed the member whose term expires. Said Board shall have all powers and duties conferred or imposed by the Connecticut General Statutes on boards of assessment appeals and whose principal function is to hear and decide cases involving alleged inequities in tax assessments.
• Victor Yanosy, Chair
• Marcy LaFollette, Secretary
• Karin Wynkoop
*All Board of Assessment Appeal Applications for the 2023 Grand List must be completed and received in the Assessor's Office no later than close of business at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. You can download an Appeal Application using the link below.*
The filing period for appealing Real Estate or Business Personal Property assessments is February 1st thru February 20th. The Board will hold hearings during the month of March. When an extension to file the Grand List is granted to the Assessor, appeals must be filed on or before March 20th and hearings will be held in April.
Motor Vehicle appeals are held only in September. Automobile owners who wish to appeal their assessment may appear before the Board during the scheduled September meeting.
NOTE: When February 20th falls on a weekend or a holiday, petitions to appeal assessments on real estate or personal property with the Board must be received on or before the close of the nearest preceding business day or post-marked by February 20th.
- 2023 Grand List Board of Assessment Appeal Application
- Agent/Representative Form
- BAA Withdrawal Form
- Connecticut State Statutes