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AAC


PHOTO RECAP Assessors meet


in Pulaski County, install officers


Top: The Arkansas County Assessors’ As- sociation installed its new executive board during a banquet held Nov. 16, 2017, at the Doubletree Hotel in Little Rock. The new officers are (from left to right) Beth Rush (Ashley County), District 4 representative; Cathy Bennett (Franklin County), District 1 representative; Jayme Nicholson


(Baxter


County), secretary/treasurer; Trina Jones (Van Buren County), vice-president; Dana Baker (Pope County), president; Judy Smith (Sevier County), District 3 representative; Kim Hollowell (Crittenden County), District 2 rep- resentative; and Sandra Cawyer (Columbia County), AAC board member. Not pictured is Heather Stevens of Stone County, whom the executive board elected on Nov. 17, the day after the banquet, to represent the Assessors’ Association on the AAC board.


Middle left: Assessment Coordination De- partment Executive Director Bear Chaney introduces a speaker.


Middle right: Pulaski County Assessor Janet Troutman Ward welcomes her colleagues.


Bottom: Poinsett County Assessor John Hutchison (far right) presents plaques to Harrisburg Middle School EAST facilitator Karla Garrison, students Emily Wigginton and Havanna Kocher, and Kevin Pruitt of To- tal Assessment Solutions Corp. Emily, a sixth grader, and Havannah, an eighth grader, participated in a project to convert the as- sessor’s office raster-based maps into vector files using a georeferencing process to map neighborhoods, blocks and lots.


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