The purpose of the Chapter is to educate the public on the importance of work performed by assessing officers; to improve the standards of present assessment practice by engaging in research and publication of the results of these studies; to elevate the standards of personnel requirements in assessment offices; to establish a clearinghouse to collect and distribute useful information in order to further cooperate with public and private agencies interested in a concerted effort for improving tax administration; to work for justice, equity, and uniformity within the tax structure and the distribution of the same.

Special-newsletter-Sept 2017

Save the date! On November 17th, 2017, we will be holding our Annual business meeting and election of new Executive Board members, as well as an interesting slate of speakers. This year’s annual meeting will be held at the Wishcamper Center in So. Portland.  Agenda: ANNUAL CHAPTER MEETING NOV 2017

Join or renew your membership to the Maine Chapter of the IAAO now! APPLICATION-2018

NEW resource for new CMAs – Just Ask the Assessor – JATA program

The August 16, 2016 Law Court decision, Donald Petrin v. Town of Scarborough, was a significant ruling that has dominated assessor discussion forums ever since. Our esteemed colleague, Bill Van Tiunen, offers his take on the ruling here.

Check our “Links” page for Cape Elizabeth & Rockland’s zoning ordinances regulating vacation rentals.