When and where does the board meet?

Meetings are held periodically throughout the year, usually in Municipal Offices (Adult Center, Greenwood, Community House). The meetings are open to the public and the first fifteen minutes are reserved for taxpayer comments and discussion. Notices of the meetings are posted on the town website and on the Town Clerk's community bulletin board (and outside the Assessors’ Office) in the Town Hall at 20 Williams Street. Accepted minutes are posted on the town’s web site www.longmeadowma.gov. 

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1. What are property taxes?
2. When and how is property valued?
3. Who are the Assessors?
4. When and where does the board meet?
5. What are the Assessors’ responsibilities?
6. Why is the previous owner’s name (seller/grantor) on the real estate tax bill when I am the “new” owner?
7. How can I reduce my property tax bill? / What is an abatement? / Are there other ways to lower my taxes?
8. What is Market value?
9. What is Longmeadow’s fiscal year?
10. When are changes to the improvements applied to the property value as compared to changes in value due to market conditions?
11. What is real property?
12. What is real estate?
13. What is personal property?
14. How is the property tax rate calculated?
15. What is Proposition 2½?
16. What do I need to know about motor vehicle excise?
17. Questions or Comments