The Statewide CAUV Update Webinar March 5 is open to anyone interested in learning more about the recent changes in CAUV and what could be next for the program.Read More
Aug. 29, 2023 | Program 7 – 8:30 p.m. Trade show 6 – 7 p.m. and 8:30 – 9 p.m.
Fisher Auditorium, OSU Wooster Campus | 1680 Madison Ave. Wooster, OH 44691
Who: CAUV landowners in counties with 2023 state mandated reappraisal and triennial updates who want to understand how and why CAUV soil values will adjust for the next three years.
Welcome and Topic Introduction
Jarra Underwood, Wayne County Auditor, & Roger Baker, Ohio Farm Bureau District 8 State Trustee
Formula recap and what is expected for 2023 soil values in NE Ohio
Jack Irvin, Ohio Farm Bureau Vice President for Public Policy
Farmland market trends
Kelly Hettick, Wayne County Auditor’s Office In-House Appraiser
This event is free to Farm Bureau members (membership card must be presented to enter the meeting). Non-members can join their county Farm Bureau on-site and attend the meeting.
An opportunity will be available during the trade show for attendees to visit with their Auditor’s office staff to ask specific questions about their parcel.
Registration is highly encouraged. Please register at this link or by calling the Wooster Farm Bureau office at 330-263-7456.
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