House Bill 1670 streamlines reappraisal process for county property assessors
(NASHVILLE) — State Representative Jerome Moon (R-Maryville) has officially passed his first bill as a member of the Tennessee General Assembly and the House Republican Caucus.
House Bill 1670 streamlines the process for county property assessors as it relates to reappraisals conducted on cities situated in more than one county. Currently, there are 20 Tennessee cities that meet this specification.
The measure will now head to Governor Bill Haslam’s desk where it will be signed into law.
“My first year as a member of the House Republican Caucus has been an incredibly rewarding experience,” said Representative Moon. “I am proud to serve the people of our community, and I am grateful to work with my colleagues in order to advance Tennessee’s conservative values. Together, I know our efforts will ensure that our community, region, and state continues to thrive.”
Moon is sponsoring 6 bills and co-sponsoring 7 additional initiatives during the 2018 legislative session.
The full text of House Bill 1670 can be found by click here.
Jerome Moon serves as a member of the House Insurance & Banking and the House Business & Utilities Committees. Moon is also a member of the House Business & Utilities Subcommittee. He lives in Maryville and represents House District 8, which includes part of Blount County. Moon can be reached by email at: [email protected] or by calling (615) 741-5481.