Supervisor's Blog

Questions or Concerns about your Property Taxes?

By Al Cavasin / February 23, 2021 /

We encourage all residents with questions or concerns about their assessment, taxable values or property taxes in general to join us for the Concord Township Board of Review meetings (2) which meet in March.   This year, by order of the Governor, we are REQUIRED to conduct these meetings virtually (i.e.: over the computer) and in order to participate you will need to contact us at the office and set up an appointment.  You may join the meeting without an appointment, but you may be required to wait for those ahead of you who have an appointment – that choice is yours.

Just click on the attachment and follow the enclosed links to join the meeting of your choice.  We’ll see you there!

Concord Township Board Of Review

My Take on the Corona Virus Issue

By Al Cavasin / March 28, 2020 /

Today I want to walk for a moment on the road less traveled. Instead of my usual jocularity, political snarkery or progressive exsanguination, let’s look at an abiding and indisputable truth: I look around me today at what I’d describe as a catastrophic social disaster; many are falling ill from a virus which has triggered…

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Cornell Rd. Bridge Update

By Al Cavasin / March 28, 2020 /

Please share/forward or print on soft paper and use for TP, as you see fit. Over the past few days I’ve engaged with several of our elected & appointed officials to attempt to get some answers, if not some resolution to the Cornell Rd. Bridge issue.  As you know it was closed when JCDOT’s engineers…

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The View From The Cheap Seats!

By Al Cavasin / February 26, 2020 /

Well, folks, here we all are – just a hop, skip and a jump from March, 2020! It’s amazing how quick the time goes, isn’t it? I have a theory about that which maybe we’ll discuss later, but for now…. Those of you more astute types will have no doubt noticed that this is my…

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Important News Release from JDOT~

By Al Cavasin / February 25, 2020 /
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Property Taxes Due? This is for YOU!!!

By Al Cavasin / February 25, 2020 /
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Anyone you know facing Foreclosure? This is for you…

By Al Cavasin / February 19, 2020 /

Farm 2 Table Program by the Community Action Agency

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Thinking You May Have a Problem With Your Property Taxes?

By Al Cavasin / February 19, 2020 /

Well, then, this is your time of year! Appended to this document below are the schedules for the Board of Review meetings we have coming up to provide you with a forum for airing your concerns. If you really think the way your property is valued is unfair, then we heartily encourage you to schedule…

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Emergency Notification for 01/11 – 12/20

By Al Cavasin / January 9, 2020 /

I just received this notification from Jackson County Emergency Management. Please share this as widely as possible. Good afternoon, After speaking with National Weather Service Representatives (NWS) today, I wanted share some important information with each of you. Jackson County is projected to receive extreme amounts of rain starting tomorrow afternoon/evening. Due to higher than…

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WELL…..WHO WON?

By Al Cavasin / December 17, 2019 /

EVERYBODY WANTS TO KNOW: WHO WON!?!?! Well, I thought you’d never ask! Here we go, Complete with photos, in no particular order: Honorable Mention: Ron & Suzi Wirebaugh – Gift Basket Business Winner: Tony Brooks’ Concord Cadet Tavern – 1 year GJACC Membership 3rd Place: Russ Carson – $100.00 Cash 2nd Place: Tasha Thurman –…

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Happy Monday to the Ladies, Gentlemen & Old Dogs of Concord

By Al Cavasin / December 17, 2019 /

Happy Monday to the Ladies, Gentlemen and Old Dogs of Concord! Well, the 2nd Ever “Light Up Concord” Outdoor Decorating Contest is in the books for 2019! The Awards Ceremony (everyone’s favorite part!) was held in conjunction with the Jackson District Library’s Holiday Open House on Friday, 12/13/2019. It was attended by 55 adults and…

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