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AAC F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S


Assessors start fall meeting with array of speakers


Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Lt. Gov. Tim


Griffin, state Sen. Bill Sample and state Commissioner of Lands John Turston are just a few of the dignitaries who helped kick off the Assessment Coor- dination Department’s 61st education conference on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Te Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs. Garland County Judge Rick Davis


and Sen. Sample, whose district in- cludes Garland County, welcomed the assessors back to Hot Springs. Both the governor and lieutenant governor fo- cused on economic development, while others discussed GIS, recent develop- ments in the state legislature,


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assessments and other topics. Te fall meeting continued Wednesday,


Oct. 28 with various classes for county assessors. Te group also enjoyed several evening activities before the conference conclusion on Friday, Oct. 30, 2015.


Top: State Sen. Bill Sample, whose District 14 is comprised of parts of Garland and Sa- line counties, welcomes the assessors back to Hot Springs. ACD Director Bear Chaney, the former Benton County assessor, sits to the senator’s right. To his left sits ACD Train- ing and Designation Manager Cleta Sample- Hardy, who also is the senator’s daughter.


Middle Left: ACD Deputy Director Faye Tate and Executive Assistant Barbara Esters stop to pose for a photograph before the after- noon speakers begin their presentations.


Middle Right: Columbia County Assessor and AAC board member Sandra Cawyer mans the International Association of As- sessing Officers vendor table.


Bottom: Jefferson County Assessor Yvonne Humphrey, Ouachita County Assessor Deb- bie Lambert and Stacy Howard, appraisal manager in the Jefferson County Assessor’s office, visit the vendor tables.


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