A revaluation of property within the Village of Blanchardville is scheduled to be completed for the 2018 assessment year. The project will begin in September of 2017 and will be completed in the fall of 2018.
An assessor or the assessor’s staff is able to enter the land or construction site, other than a building, agricultural land or pasture, or a livestock confinement area, of another if all of the following apply:
- The assessor or the assessor’s staff enters the land in order to make an assessment on behalf of the state or a political subdivision.
- The assessor or assessor’s staff enters the land on a weekday during daylight hours, or at another time as agreed upon with the land owner.
- The assessor or assessor’s staff spends no more than one hour on the land.
- The assessor or assessor’s staff does not open doors, enter through open doors, or look into windows of structures on the land.
- The assessor or the assessor’s staff leaves in a prominent place on the principal building on the land, or on the land if there is not a principal building, a notice informing the owner or occupant that the assessor or the assessor’s staff entered the land and giving information on how to contact the assessor.
An educational meeting will be held concerning the 2018 Assessment Revaluation for the Village of Blanchardville on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 6:30 PM at the Village Hall. The meeting will be presented by the Village Assessor, Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC. There will be a presentation explaining the revaluation process followed by a question and answer session.
A revaluation of property within the Village of Blanchardville is scheduled to be completed for the 2018 assessment year. Revaluations are necessary periodically for the following reasons: (1) inequities may exist within classes of property; (2) inequities may exist between classes of property; (3) all properties are viewed for any changes, such as finishing a basement or removing a shed; (4) a municipality must be at 100% of market value at least once in a four year period to stay within state compliance laws.
Employees of Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC will be stopping by during the day to view the exterior of all buildings within the village. All employees will have a picture ID that will identify them as an employee of Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC. If someone is home, Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC employees may request permission to view the interior. If it is not a convenient time or if no one is home, Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC will mail a postcard for an evening appointment at a later date. The appointments are scheduled by neighborhoods or specific areas. The appointments are tightly scheduled, so it is important that you be there at the appointed time. This is the most efficient and cost effective way. If you are not available, you may designate someone else to be present during the appointment. If you are unable to keep that appointment, another daytime appointment will be sent to you. If you are unable to make any of the scheduled appointments, call Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC to see if another time is available. It will take several months to complete all of the appointments.
If you have any questions concerning this process, contact the Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC at 608-943-8009 or the Village Clerk/Treasurer, Amy Barnes at 608-523-4521.
The Pecatonica River has flooded. The lower portion of McKellar Park is closed (campground, pool, ball fields).
County H and the corner of Hwy 78 are closed due to water over the road.
The 2016 Consumer Confidence Report is available for review. There is a permanent link to the report under the Village of Blanchardville/Utilities tab on the website.
Hard copies of the report are available at the Village Clerk’s office and the Village Library.
We at the Blanchardville Water Utility work to provide quality water to every tap. We ask that all our customers help us protect our water sources. These water sources are the heart of our community, our way of life and our future.
If you would like to know more about the information contained in the report, please contact Rolly McGowan at (608) 523-1176. You are also invited to attend any of our regularly scheduled Village Board meetings. The Village Board meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30 PM at the Village Hall, 208 Mason Street.
VILLAGE OF BLANCHARDVILLE
208 Mason Street
Office of Village Clerk – Treasurer
Mark Emberson, Village President
Amy Barnes Village Clerk/Treasurer – email@example.com
PUBLIC NOTICE OF MEETING
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the public that a meeting of the Planning Commission Committee of the Village of Blanchardville will be held at 6:30 PM on MONDAY, MAY 8, 2017, at the Village Hall at 208 Mason Street, Blanchardville, WI 53516.
Agenda items will include:
- Review, Discussion and possible Action of Relocation Order for potential Cul-de-sac to be located at the end of West Church Street.
A quorum of the Village Board may be present.
Dated: Wednesday May 3, 2017 at 8:53 AM
Posted: Village Hall, Emberson’s Market, and Woodford State Bank bulletin boards
Amy Barnes, Village Clerk – Treasurer
Any person who has a qualifying disability, as defined by the American with Disabilities Act that requires the meeting or material at the meeting to be in accessible location or format, must contact the Village Clerk @ 208 Mason Street or call 608-523-4521, prior to the meeting so that any necessary arrangements can be made to accommodate each request.
Sent to: Committee Members
Amy will be out of the office the remainder of the week at the Municipal Treasurer’s Association of Wisconsin conference.
There is a Village Board meeting on Monday, May 1st at 6:30, with the License & Finance Committee meeting before that.
Attached are the agenda’s. This link has also been posted at Village Hall entrance, Woodford State Bank and Emberson Market bulletin boards.