Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Webster County PVA Office receives 8th award in 11 years

J-E News Editor
Webster County’s Property Valuation Administrator’s (PVA) Office continued a tradition of excellence earlier this month by having one of it’s employees recognized for their service at the Kentucky PVA’s annual Summer Conference held in Louisville, Ky on June 5, 2014. 

 Tiffany L. Taylor, Deputy, received the 2014 Terri Bennett Excel Deputy Award, which is presented each year to a deputy in their Senate District who has excelled in their position and provides quality service to taxpayers and commercial users of the PVA Office.  
Tiffany  started at the Webster County PVA Office on July 1, 2010 as part-pime and moved to full time on July 1, 2013.  
“The Webster County PVA Office is very proud of Tiffany and what she has learned in the past four years,” said Jeffrey D. Kelley, Webster County PVA stated. “I am very proud of my office and the hard work they do to maintain the assessment role and the service they provide to the taxpayers and commercial users of our office.”
The Webster County PVA office has won eight awards since 2003, including Outstanding Assessment Jurisdiction, PVA of the Year, Deputy of the Year, 4 Excel Deputy Awards, and PVA Gold Service Award.
“All my guys do a great job, and they’ve all been recognized,” said Kelley. “There are a lot of counties around that never get recognized.”
A special thanks to my Chief Deputy Sara Mundy who has won two of those awards individually and has been instrumental as Office Manager in the achievement of the other awards.”

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