Two review deficiencies from 2017 still plaguing district
Continued non-compliance with agricultural exemption requirements has caused the Texas Comptroller to refer the Uvalde County Appraisal District to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
UCAD directors discussed the issues Tuesday, during a regular meeting at the agency’s office. In 2017, the state-conducted Methods and Assistance Program review identified 29 deficiencies out of 80 review standards.
UCAD has two of the 29 recommendations remaining incomplete from this report, according to Chief Appraiser Roberto Valdez. There are 80 appraisal standards, procedure and methodology questions in this report.
Appraisal districts are given until January of the following year to resolve any recommended findings; if all are not resolved, the district is referred to TDLR.
According to the state comptroller’s office, appraisal districts have up to one year to implement the recommendations after referral to Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. TDLR becomes the Methods and Assistance Program review contact for the appraisal district once the Texas Comptroller’s office makes the referral.
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