Ruling soon on Geer tax status

NORTH CANAAN — The North Canaan Board of Assessment Appeals (BAA) has 10 days from Tuesday, April 10, to rule on whether Geer will be able to keep its tax-exempt status.

At their meeting April 10, the three BAA members heard an appeal from Geer CEO Kevin O’Connell; Geer’s attorney, Joseph Schwartz of Murtha Cullina; and Geer CFO Mark Kovitch.

North Canaan has a new assessor, Donna Patchen, who officially started work on April 2 but who has been working in the assessor’s office in town since last autumn. 

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