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Milton Township Assessor

     Amy Jenema
     Phone: (231) 264-6696
     Cellular: (231) 231-632-3529
     assessoramy@gmail.com
    Office hours: Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

     address: 7023 Cherry Ave | Kewadin, MI 49648
      Mailing address: PO Box 309 | Kewadin, MI 49648

Milton Township's assessor is Amy Jenema; she maintains office hours at the Township Hall on Wednesdays. If you need to reach her on any other day, she may be reached via her business cellular phone at (231) 632-3529. Amy can assist you with questions pertaining to assessing, taxes and the Land Division Act.

Amy is required to maintain the assessing records, which includes, annual assessments and taxable values, maintenance of the name, address, legal descriptions and Principle Residence Exemption information of each property in the township. She makes inspections of properties to continually develop accurate assessing records.

There are various reasons that your assessed and taxable values can increase. The assessed value represents 50% of the value of the property and has no limit in which it can increase. Some of the reasons that an assessed value can increase are because of improvements made to the property and general market increases. Taxable values are capped at rate of inflation increases or 5%, whichever is less, unless there are improvements made to the property or a transfer of ownership occurs. Please reference the Proposal A page for further information.

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This page last updated December 31, 2016