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Taxpayer will need documentation to support an appeal such as a professional appraisal or other. Contact the Assessor prior to the Board of Review dates for information.
If you have an appeal other than value contact the assessing department to discuss the process that applies to your need.
Property MUST be owner occupied No Later Than June 1st of any given year.
Proposal A placed a cap on increases in taxable (capped) value for every parcel. Taxable value will rise 5% or the Inflation Rate Multiplier, whichever is less. Capped value formula equals, prior years taxable value, minus losses multiplied by the Inflation Rate Multiplier plus additions.
If a change to your account by the Board of Review is necessary, it will be processed by the Treasurer’s Office within 30 days of receipt of the final report of adjustments from the Board. Until we receive a valid change to an account, the original billing remains as stated. Our office cannot adjust any accounts prior to receiving final authorization from the Board of Review.
No open burning is permitted if it emits offensive or objectionable smoke or odors. State Burn Bans apply within City limits.
ALL open burning shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished. On-site fire-extinguishing equipment shall be available for immediate utilization.
The Iron Mountain Fire Department is authorized to order the extinguishment by the person responsible or extinguishment by fire personnel of open burning that creates an unsafe, unapproved or objectionable situation.
Before any burning occurs all minimum distances provided below need to be assessed in all directions, including upward! You need to look for all items/objects that could pose a threat or be damaged from burning, such as fences, tree’s/tree canopies, shrubs/bushes, power lines, phone/cable lines, etc.
BURNING OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH
Public Act 102 of 2012 prohibits trash burning of household waste with the exception of untreated paper. Trash that contains plastic, rubber, foam, chemically treated wood, textiles, electronics, chemicals, or hazardous materials must not be burned.
Must be burned in an approved container constructed of metal or masonry with a metal covering device with openings no larger than ¾ inch.
Container Must be at least 15 feet from any structure or combustible material.
RECREATIONAL FIRES (Camp Fire)
Shall have a pile size no larger than 3 feet in diameter X 2 feet in height.
Shall Only consist of seasoned wood 2 inches in diameter or larger.
Must be conducted at least 25 feet from any structure or combustible material.
Prohibited items include but not limited to: buildings or building materials, household items, electronics, flammable liquids, spray cans, grass clippings, leaves and other compostable materials.
Fires considered larger than a camp fire but not extreme in size. Common sense and public safety are key factors in fire size.
Must be conducted at least 50 feet from any structure or combustible material.
Think Safety Before Open Burning! Consider Weather Conditions.
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Additional updates or instructions may follow throughout the emergency situation. Even if the mobile phones are busy, the messages should still come through to your phone.
We will make every effort to update the City's website www.cityofironmountain.com in real time with more information about the emergency.
Other non-emergency SMS lists may be for informational notifications or time sensitive notices such as cancellation of a scheduled public meeting.
Most carriers activate the service automatically. You should check with your wireless service provider to make sure your text messaging is active.
Homeland Security Advisory informationAmber AlertsCrime AlertsRoad ClosuresSevere Traffic DisruptionsSevere Fire Emergencies and EvacuationsWater Service InterruptionsCity Government Closings/Schedule Change and more
When you receive a message, please read the messages promptly and follow the instructions within that message.
Additional instructions may follow throughout the emergency situation. We will make every effort to update the City’s web site with more information about the emergency. In addition, you should tune to local TV and radio.
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