Board of Review
|Karen Sorenson||Citizen Memberemail@example.com|
|Jason Evitts||Citizen Member|
|Russ Weyers||Citizen Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|James Germain||Citizen Member|
|Nancy Washburn||Trustee - Alternate Member|
|Denise Anastasio||Trustee - Alternate Member|
|John Hewitt||Trustee - Alternate Member|
|Ram Bhatia||Trustee - Alternate Member|
|Stephanie Kohlhagen||Village Clerk-Treasurer/Staff||Email Stephanie Kohlhagen
|Jill Firkus||Deputy Clerk-Treasurer/Staff|
Open Book for 2022 will begin on May 31, 2022 to June 14, 2022 | WALK-INS WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT MAY OR MAY NOT BE SEEN BY THE ASSESSOR AT THE TIME OF YOUR ARRIVAL|IT IS REQUIRED THAT YOU FILL OUT THE OPEN BOOK FORMS AVAILABLE AT: Location: Village Hall, 8811 Campus Dr, Mount Pleasant - Please use this email address: Assessor@mtpleasantwi.gov
Board of Review first session will be held on May 10, 2022 at 4:00 PM - NO CASES WILL BE HEARD | Board of Review will reconvene/adjourn to a later date scheduled for - June 21, 2022 at 9:00 am to hear any cases filed. Please revisit page for any possible changes
To file a formal appeal – you must give notice of your intent to appeal by contacting the Board of Review (BOR) clerk at least 48 hours before the BOR begins, cases will be heard in the order the objector has signed in on June 21st starting at 9 am. You may also complete and file your appeal form with the BOR clerk within the the first two hours of the BOR’s first meeting on June 21st and not later; however your case may not be heard that day and you might be scheduled for another date and time. Make sure you file a completed form or the BOR may not review your appeal.
The Board of Review is a statutorily-required local board. By our ordinance, it consists of citizen members. It is a quasi-judicial (court-like) body empowered with three primary duties:
- The Board of Review can adjust assessments when they have been proven incorrect by sworn oral testimony.
- The Board of Review can correct errors or omissions in the descriptions or computations found on the assessment roll.
- The Board of Review can check the assessment roll for omitted property and double assessments.
For More Information
Please visit the Wisconsin Department of Revenue FAQ for additional resources and information about process, procedures, and filing an objection.