Letter to the Editor: Lisa Eurich is the right choice for Summit County assessor

David Arnesen

I am endorsing Lisa Eurich for Summit County assessor for a number of reasons.

First and foremost, Lisa is a qualified, certified residential property appraiser. Lisa’s 10 years of service with Summit County government have provided her the proper background with both the manager’s office and the Summit County Assessor’s Office. She knows how to deal with those in charge as well as the public she so dearly wants to serve.

Her knowledge and experience with the property valuation process, and its subsequent, inevitable challenges through three valuation cycles has aided her in honing her people skills. Lisa understands the legal and analytical arguments when defending current property evaluations to the questioning public.

She’s worked in the field, labored in various positions in the Assessor’s Office, and worked in real estate in the public sector. Lisa is passionate about the knowledge she possesses and in sharing her straight forward approach in explaining the process to constituents.

Lisa will bring a new attitude, new ideas concerning fair and reasonable property valuation, and renewed vigor to the Assessor’s Office. She has the ability to aid any of the employees in said office, when requiring assistance in the many aspects and nuances of this important facet of local government.

Outside of work, Lisa volunteers her time with community events such as waste diversion at Octoberfest, has helped with community gardens and founded the local chapter of Together Women Rise, a collective dedicated to providing resources to women in impoverished places. She’s actually traveled to locations to deliver supplies and aid to some of these women in need.

It’s time for new blood to lead the Summit County Assessor’s Office.
I support Lisa Eurich in her candidacy for Summit County assessor.

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