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LOGAN, WVa The Logan County Assessor’s Office will be closed next week (March 21 – March 25) to launch a new computer system.
All county assessors in West Virginia are in the process of converting to a new integrated assessment system. The IAS World is a comprehensive property assessment and tax administration software that will expedite services once fully operational.
Logan County Assessor Glenn Adkins says residents will appreciate the efficiency of the new system.
“An updated system that will obtain vehicle license and tax information much easier,” Adkins said. “This system has been needed for years.”
A new system means new training for all staff in the assessor’s office. All three departments will be closed to this Thursday, March seventeenth to launch the system for training. The office on the second floor of the Logan County Courthouse will be closed to the public for the week of March twenty-first through March twenty-fifth for the training.
Adkins gave his own observation of the new system.
“We’re moving on up,” Adkins said with a laugh and smile.
The public may call the assessor’s office at 304-792-8520 or email email@example.com for more information. Messages received while the office is closed will be returned once the office is open to the public once more.
The assessor’s office expects the computer system to be fully operational beginning May second.