CNNA to focus on Norwalk reval

Norwalk Tax Assessor Michael Stewart. (File photo)

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in a slightly altered format from which it was sent:

If property taxes, revaluations and the Grand List compilation are on your mind, please be sure to attend the April 23rd meeting of CNNA, held at 7 p.m. in City Hall room 1010, and join us in welcoming Guest Speaker City of Norwalk Tax Assessor Michael Stewart. Mr. Stewart will be presenting an overview of the Tax Revaluation process as the city undertakes the 2018 5-year revaluation. There will be a Q&A period following the presentation.


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One comment

Piberman April 22, 2018 at 11:28 am

Revals allow City homeowners to make useful comparisons with surrounding towns that attract well qualified citizens to serve as overseers of public employees. Recent Census Data has our City at 40% renters. Not long ago the figure was 30%. CT’s impoverished major cities are around 60% renters. High City property taxes levied on depreciating home values are demonstrating what freshmen economics students learn. Long time residents remember when Stamford’s Grand List wasn’t much above Norwalk. Then Stamford undertook serious Development. And became CT’s only prosperous major City. Sadly Norwalk’s officials still observe the “Develpers Fallacy” focusing on apartment buildings with their impressive property depreciation as moving Norwalk “forward”. As long as City homeowners accept the well known “Developers Fallacy” we know Norwalk’s future. Few will retire here nor will our children raise their families here in a City once widely known for its ability to attract inter-generational families.

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