Pool of UCAD volunteers thinned by term limits

Meghann Garcia

Managing editor

Term limits, eligibility requirements, and a willingness to serve are factors affecting Uvalde County Appraisal District’s appraisal review board composition, which was discussed Tuesday evening when UCAD directors approved two renewed appointments.

The appraisal review board is tasked with resolving disputes between the appraisal district and taxpayers.

Current members of the appraisal review board are William E. Kolinek, Virginia Limon, Walter W. Tidwell, Raymond Velos and Antonio R. Zamarripa. Each of the five members is a resident of Uvalde.

UCAD directors re-appointed Velos and Tidwell on Tuesday. They were first appointed in 2016 and 2017, respectively, to one-year terms.

UCAD chief appraiser Roberto Valdez said that once Kolinek, Limon, and Velos’ terms end, they will have to sit out at least one term. The appraisal review board limits members to three consecutive terms, and the positions are generally filled in staggered two-year terms.


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