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Yes, but the agent (or family member, neighbor, etc) MUST have a signed letter of authorization from the appealing taxpayer at the time of appeal.
If you have an in-person appointment then the Assessing Department will have a petition form waiting for you at check-in. If you submit a written appeal, you do not need a specific form or petition, but please ensure your written appeal has all of your information including name, parcel, address, phone number, and a signature.
No, all appeals must be made in-person or by letter (received in our office prior to the deadline, see above March Board of Review notice for details).