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BC Assessments – Potential Appeals Before end of January
LLE always pays the land tax on our DL4901 lot and includes this as a budget item. In the past, each owner who has a building received a separate tax notice for these ‘improvements’ directly.
Earlier this year BC Assessments informed LLE that henceforth they will be dealing with us as a coop not as a group of individual owners. In essence this means that LLE will receive one set of assessments for all of the improvements ( buildings) in Lillooet Lake Estates and owners will not receive any further notices directly.
In 2018 some of you received your notice and paid your bill. In other cases you did not receive a notice and LLE had to pay for you. In these instances we sent out invoices and you have paid us back. The file was very confusing and followed no logical path. Some duplications occurred.
For 2019 LLE will receive all the notices. Robie will work out an efficient method of invoicing you if applicable.
We have received the building assessments for 2019. You can review your building values upon which we will later collect taxes HERE The spreadsheet has been uploaded to our website and you will find it in the menu under Community Documents.
A reminder that if you have not visited our website in the past, your user name and password will likely be your first initial and last name with no caps. Please personalize your password at your convenience.
The BC Assessment wrote us the following:
“With regards to appeals, LLE occupiers can contact us directly online using our “Contact us” form or at 1-866-825-8322 to discuss concerns they may have with their improvement values. If the discussion results in a recommended change on our behalf we would be required to get approval to make that change of value by someone authorized to make decisions on behalf of Lillooet Lake Holdings Co Ltd. If any owner would like to move forward with an appeal, they can do so by submitting a Notice of Complaint (Appeal) on our website as a Third Party clearly detailing which lot number they own and their concerns with the assessment. If there are multiple appeals submitted, there will be one date and time selected to hear the appeal at the Property Assessment Review Panel (PARP) as the appeals would relate to one single assessment. Authorization forms would only be required if someone is acting as an Agent representing the Lillooet Lake Holdings Co Ltd; this form is available on our website.”
If you wish to appeal the valuation, you must do so before the end of January.
Please copy Bill Hamilton at email@example.com.
We have requested that the ombudsman look into this matter for us.