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To ensure records are accurate, the county assessor’s office conducts physical property inspections, which in Los Alamos happens about every five years.
“We are on a yearly cycle and we divide the community up into five areas so each area is inspected about every five years,” County Assessor JoAnn Johnson said.
Appraisers from Johnson’s office are conducting the regulatory required inspections from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, in the White Rock 1 and 2 additions and the White Rock Canyon subdivisions.
Inspections for the White Rock area should wrap up by Dec. 31, Assessment Specialist Betty Martinez said.
“We are verifying our records as to what’s on the property,” Martinez said. “We also take a current photograph from the street and take a walk around the property to keep the information we have about the property current.”
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