Beginning next year, Blissfield Township assessors Renius and Renius will reappraise each parcel in the township — that also includes those in Blissfield Village — and recording a digital file of each property. A measure approved by the Blissfield Township Board at their Dec. 8 meeting gave the green light for the project.
According to township Supervisor Al Navarro the township will spend $64,375 over the next two years to pay for the project. Navarro said the state of Michigan is requiring the township to complete the digital appraisal of each parcel.
For the complete story, please see the Dec. 16, 2015, edition of The Advance.