May 16, 2024

Union County brings changes to revaluation process


By Michael Williamson, Richwood Gazette

The Union County Auditor’s Office is in the middle of the 2025 property revaluation process and challenges from this year may lead to changes next time.

Auditor Andrea Weaver said one of the changes will be to the way properties are photographed.

“Our photographers have been out capturing street-front photos and there have been some challenges with that,” she said. “So, (for) the next reval, we will not do street-front photos.”

To do the revaluation, Weaver’s office contracts with a professional appraisal firm to carry out photographing every structure in the county, a process that began last June. Her office is required by l…

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