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Monty Davenport, property as- sessment coordination manager with the Assessment Coordina- tion Department, tells members of the Equalization Board in late July that he appreciates what they’re doing and for their service. Pictured (from left) Faye Tate, Assessment Coordination Department deputy director, and John Nichols, EQ Board attorney.


EQ Board meets north of the river


Hundreds of assessors and staff members attended the 2012 Equalization


Board seminar in North Little Rock on July 31. Te Assessment Coordination Department (ACD) presented the seminar and Monty Davenport, property as- sessment coordination manager, delivered the keynote speech. “We appreciate what you’re doing for your state and for serving on the EQ


Board,” Davenport said. Rob McGee, Agri-Mineral and GIS manager for ACD, explained agricultural and mineral right legalities when it deals with properly assessing the such. He also said schools budget on three-year rolling assessment averages which is a factor to be considered when understanding assessment coordination. AAC Board Member and Poinsett County Assessor Johnny Rye complimented


Debra Asbury, Assessment Coordination Department director, tells members of the Equalization Board that her department follows the regulations described by law and they are there to help when county assessors need them.


Rob McGee, Agri-Mineral and GIS manager for ACD, talks about Arkansas Code Annotated 26-58-109 which made mineral rights taxable in addition to real property.


McGee’s visit to Poinsett County this year and said “Agri values went up and he did a great job in our county.”


AAC Board Member and Saline County Assessor Jim Crawford listens to Debra Asbury, ACD director, talk about ACD’s ongoing goals and plans for 2013.


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COUNTY LINES, FALL 2012


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