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Brain Loughlin to Seek Reelection to Board of Assessors

by Press Release
March 14, 2017

My name is Brian C. Loughlin and I wish to announce that I intend on taking out nomination papers and running for reelection to the Holliston Board of Assessors.

My name is Brian C. Loughlin and I wish to announce that I intend on taking out nomination papers and running for reelection to the Holliston Board of Assessors.

Since first being elected in May 2011 I have taken the necessary classes with exams, and obtained as well as recertified my Massachusetts Accredited Assessor (MAA) designation (#1191, Expires November 6, 2019) from the Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers (MAAO), at my own personal expense. I also regularly attend various other seminars, conferences, and classes, from the MAAO and other real estate valuation and assessment education providers. And finally, I keep up with Appellate Tax Board (ATB) cases; and trends affecting assessing in Massachusetts.

As a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in Massachusetts (#71001-RA-CG, Expires 11/6/2018) and Rhode Island (#CGA.0A01298, Expires 12/14/2018), I voluntarily do not accept any appraisal or consulting assignments involving real estate in Holliston, although it is apparently allowed. I wear “one hat” and serve one interest at a time, that of a member of the Board of Assessors, and have no conflicts. I encourage all elected and appointed officials from DC to Holliston and all over to do the same and wear “one hat” at a time and not have any actual or perceived conflicts. After all it is public service and not professional networking.

I am running for reelection to the Board of Assessors to continue helping ensure the fair and equitable assessment of all real and personal property as of January 1, every year per Mass General Law and to assist in the fulfillment of all responsibilities of the board.

 

CONTACT INFO:
Brian C. Loughlin
508.498.5089
Brian@bclrealestate.com

 

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