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Instructor - Edye McCarthy, IAO


One Day Seminar

$100.00 - IAO Members 

$110.00 - NYSAA Members 

$150.00 - All Others

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December 7, 2018

Presents a One Day Seminar At:


Town: ______________________________Fax:______________________

City: _____________________ State:____________   Zip:_____________

Continuing Education Hours / Re-Certification Credits

Reservations Must Be Made By 

November 30, 2018 


Title: ___________________________eMail:_________________________

Name: ____________________________Telephone:__________________

C/O William Purtell, IAO

​​Town of Glenville                18 Glenridge Road          Glenville, NY 12302

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The Institute of Assessing Officers will award (6) six re-certification credits to all Institute Members who attend this seminar.  Eligible Assessors and County Directors who attend will receive continuing education credit and reimbursement from ORPS, pursuant to their rules. 

Registration: 8:30 AM

​Seminar:        9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Enrollment is limited to the first 40 applications received.  No refunds after November 30, 2018.  Consider your reservation confirmed unless otherwise notified,  Call - William Purtell, IAO for additional information at (518) 688-1200 ext. 6  or


Enclose a check or your Municipality's completed voucher for the amount you qualify for.  Make checks payable to:

New York State Assessors' Association

Columbia - Greene Community College  

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Hudson, NY 


Community College

PAC Building, Rm 612

4400 Route 23, Hudson, NY

Ethics for Assessors is being offered to help local assessing officials understand the ethical dilemmas they may encounter during the normal course of their workday.  Participants will receive information on the laws and address ethics including, Conflict of Interest of Municipal Officers and Employees, RPTL Sec. 336, Statement of Disclosure for Assessors, Freedom of Information Laws and Open Meeting Laws.  There will be real life question and answer sessions the will be explored through group discussions.  An Ethics course is required for all Assessors and County Directors that have been elected, appointed or reappointed within the last year.

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