Mick Ireland brings dedication to Pitkin County Assessor position
September 19, 2018
We are writing enthusiastically to support Mick Ireland in his candidacy for Pitkin County Assessor. We support Mick because he is the most qualified person in this race. He is a CU Law School graduate with an emphasis on tax. Mick has been a tax lawyer for over thirty years and has helped many citizens with their tax issues. He has also served as a hearing officer for hundreds of property tax valuation appeals here in Pitkin County as well as in Garfield County. As his website https://www.letmickdothemath.com/ says, Mick plans to bring the assessor's office forward into the computer age with software that allows residents easier access to the data used in their valuations.
Mick has dedicated his life to the benefit and the future of this community. Mick was a leader in the fight for affordable housing so that more of our friends, family members and co-workers could actually live in Aspen. Having more a diverse group of homeowners and renters helps make Aspen a community. It is the reason Aspen is not just a ski resort, we are a community and that is why people want to live here.
As proud friends of Mick, we applaud his experience and dedication to Aspen and Pitkin County. Mick will bring his institutional memory, his integrity, his knowledge of complex software and demographic data and trends, and his dedication to public service to the office of Pitkin County Assessor.
For these reasons, we support Mick Ireland for Pitkin County Assessor and we strongly urge Aspen/Pitkin County voters to vote for Mick Ireland for Pitkin County Assessor when their Mail Ballots arrive later next month.
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