LLOYD TASCH SIGNED BY CITY TO LONG TERM CONTRACT. AFFABLE, EFFECTIVE, ASSESSOR CONTRACTED FOR 6 YEARS

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Lloyd Tasch, at the Common Council meeting last evening where he was approved for a second six-year term as City Assessor.

WPCNR COMMON COUNCIL CHRONICLE-EXAMINER. SEPTEMBER 4, 2013:

The White Plains Common Council by unanimous vote retained City Assessor Lloyd Tasch for another six years through 2019 Monday evening.

With Mr. Tasch’s entire department looking on last night, Mayor Tom Roach lauded Lloyd for running his department efficiently and conducting a very difficult job with an unusual sense of humor. Mayor Roach Mr. Tasch joined the city in 2002 as an assistant Assessor, and was chosen Assessor in 2006 (after the departure of Eydie McCarthy to the Town of Greenburgh).

Councilman John Martin, a member of the City Assessment Review Committee commended Mr Tasch for being effective, professional and poised and earning the respect of his colleagues throughout the region.

Mr. Tasch has guided White Plains through a period of all-time record requests for assessment reductions and bleeding assessment rolls and through his efforts at limiting settlements, the White Plains assessment roll increased significantly for the first time in ten years in 2013.

 

 

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