POSTPONED SHOCKING NEWS! PLUG IN TO NEW HAMPSHIRE’S NEW LAW ESTABLISHING A METHODOLOGY OF VALUATION FOR PROPERTY TAXES ON UTILITY COMPANY ASSETS
April 17, 2020
This event has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We will reschedule this event as soon as possible. We thank you for your understanding!
After decades of litigation and constant debate as to how certain utility property should be assessed for purposes of ad valorem taxation, the New Hampshire Legislature has adopted universal standards and procedures that all municipalities must follow in order to determine the fair market value of utility property within their borders.
Drummond Woodsum, in concert with well-known utility appraiser--Brian Fogg, is hosting a seminar on how this new approach (commonly known as House Bill 700) will be implemented by each town and city. Our presentation will cover a brief history of the cases that helped shape the current viewpoint on utility value, and we will provide a detailed explanation of the mechanics of this new statutory methodology.
Our presentation is tailored to assessors, managers/administrators and boards of selectmen who are responsible for undertaking this mandated assessment practice as well as dealing with the financial consequences that are likely to be experienced from this new legislation. This is the only known tutorial on this new process so, please take advantage of this unique opportunity!
P.S. Everyone is invited to an informal meet and greet after the event at the bar area at Fratello’s Restaurant (located directly across the street from the Jefferson Mill Building). The presenters will be available to answer questions and network with attendees.
Registration | $50
Friday, April 17, 2020 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Jefferson Mill Complex
Jefferson Mill Collaborative Auditorium (in Manchester’s historic millyard)
670 North Commercial Street (located on the lower level)
Manchester, NH 03101
Public Parking (for a fee) is available across the street from the Jefferson Mill Building as well as down the road in the “yellow zone” (just past the Notre Dame Bridge).