Property assessment records on city website

by Emmitt B. Feldner of The Review staff

PLYMOUTH – The city’s new assessor has completed the process of putting property records online.

“We were able to put virtual property cards on the city’s website,” Rich Christenson of Tyler Technologies reported to the City Council Tuesday.

Tyler Technologies was hired as the city’s assessors last August and Christenson was invited to meet with and report to the council.

The company has completed the process of converting the city’s property records to its software system, Christenson explained, including posting property information on the city’s website. Building permits for each property are in the process of being added.

Christenson told the council there were 150 property sales in the city last year.

The council approved a request from Sartori Co. for a 5K employee walk/run to be held Saturday, June 14.

Debra Morgan, manager of wellness and benefits for Sartori, explained that the event will be for employees and families as part of the company’s wellness efforts.

“Sartori is working very diligently to build our wellness program, stressing the importance of staying well and healthy,” Morgan told the council.

The morning walk/run will begin at the Sartori offices on Pleasant View Road, go north to the Old Plank Road Trail, then go on the trail east to Kiley Way and back along Kiley Way to Pleasant View and back to the corporate offices.

Police Chief Jeff Tauscheck said the company is expecting around 50 people to take part and he suggested having two additional officers, on overtime, for the two hours of the walk/run.

He estimated that would cost the city about $250.20.

If the participants stay on the sidewalk and the trail, Tauscheck added, the event could be handled with police officers already on duty and there would be no additional cost.

The chief said he would coordinate with Sartori officials before the race to make a final determination whether additional offi- cers would be required or not.

“We’d like to do it initially just using the sidewalk to keep everybody as safe as possible,” Morgan said.

Tauscheck noted that the city does have a special events fund to cover police costs for events like parades and run/walks.

The council approved the Sartori run/ walk and also gave approval for the annual Irishman’s Walk Monday, March 17, at 11 a.m. down Eastern Avenue to Mill Street and then to the 52 Stafford.

Participants in that event walk down the streets on St. Patrick’s Day, with police escort.


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