The Chief Assessor and the Data Collector report directly to the Clinton County Board of
Commissioners, which is composed of the Three County Commissioners. The Database Asministrator, Computer Operator, and Assessment Clerks report directly to the IT Director, who reports directly to the Clinton County Board of Commissioners.
Keith L. Yearick, CPE
Duties include direction from the Clinton County Commissioners, the Chief Assessor plans and directs activities of the tax assessment office, and evaluates assessment department policies and procedures. Analyzies changes in applicable laws and regulations and informing appropriate persons, performing field inspections of property, compute value of property, and determine discretionary factors for use in appraisals. The Chief Assessor also meets with taxpayers to review assessments, resolve disagreements and attends appeal hearings to assist with resolution of disputes.
Jay R. Young
Duties include collecting property data on residential new construction, inspecting existing properties to verify property characteristicsare accurate - up to date on county records, and other duties as assigned.
The database administrator overseas data and integrety and accuracy of assessment information thru review and policy implementation. Additional duties include custom reporting, script writting, software upgrades, and work flow analysis and coordinating between GIS, 911 Addressing Coordinator, Planning and Municipal Offices.
Kathleen L. Merrill
The computer operator has the responsibility of maintaining the information that is entered into the AS400 computer systems. The AS400 computer is our way of electronically storing our property and occupational tax information. The computer technician updates all information on the database and prints reports for use by the county offices.
Carol A. George & Susan C. Muthler
The assessment clerk's responsibility is to deal with the general public, by answering questions through phone calls and through office visits. They also assist the Computer Operator in making the necessary changes to property information in multiple and to the computer databases, relating to property and occupational tax information.
Clinton County Assessment Department
230 East Water Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745
(570) 893-4272 Fax
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