New York State
Assessors' Association, Inc
The Institute of Assessing Officers will award six (6) re-certification credits to all Institute members who attend this seminar. Eligible assessors and county directors who attend will receive education credit and reimbursement from ORPTS, pursuant to their rules.
Homewood Suites, 180 Breunig Rd.,
New Windsor, NY 12553
Presents a One Day Seminar At:
The Institute of Assessing Officers affiliated with the New York State Assessors' Association
April 10, 2019
Tuition (includes course materials, coffee, pastry, lunch, breaks):
IAO members – $100.00
NYSAA members – $110.00
All Others – $150.00
Reservations must be made by April 5, 2019. Enrollment is limited to the first 40 applications received. No refunds after April 5, 2019. Consider your reservation confirmed unless otherwise notified. Call Dennis Ketcham, IAO for more information at 845-457-2650 or email him at email@example.com. To register by mail, enclose a check or your municipality’s completed voucher for the amount for which you qualify. Make checks payable to New York State Assessors’ Association. Mail to NYSAA, PO Box 5586, Cortland, NY 13045. Or, register online now using the link below.
Ethics and the Assessor is being offered to help local assessing officials understand the ethical dilemmas they may encounter during the normal course of their workday. Participants will learn about the laws that address ethics, including conflicts of interest of municipal officers and employees, RPTL Sec. 336, statement of disclosure for asssessors, freedom of information laws, and open meeting laws. There will be real life question and answer sessions that will be explored through group discussions. An ethics course is required for all assessors and county directors who were elected, appointed, or reappointed within the last year.
Continuing Education Hours / Re-Certification Credits
Instructor - Tom Frey, FIAO
ETHICS AND THE ASSESSOR