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Coweta Employee Elected President of Professional Organization

Post Date:12/03/2007
Coweta’s Marchese Elected to State Post

Mike Marchese, deputy chief appraiser with the Coweta County Tax Assessors, was recently selected to be President of the Georgia Association of Assessing Officials, a professional organization of assessor throughout Georgia.

The Georgia Association of Assessing Officials (GAAO) installed officers for 2008 at its business meeting held on November 12, 2007 in Athens, Georgia. These individuals represent GAAO’s 1565 members, are elected by ballot and are individuals who have served GAAO and its membership through committee and membership activities.

Mike Marchese has been employed with the Coweta County Board of Tax Assessors since 1985. He was appointed to the board of assessors in 1993 and currently serves as deputy chief appraiser. Mr. Marchese is primarily responsible for commercial and residential valuations within his jurisdiction. Mr. Marchese has served as president elect in 2007, vice president in 2006 and previously was a member of the executive board representing the northwest district. He serves on the Department of Revenue's education steering committee. He has also served on the steering committee of the Wingap group, a statewide mass appraisal software development group made up of county and department of revenue personnel. Mr. Marchese is married to the former Julie Hunter and they make their home in rural Coweta County.

GAAO is dedicated to the promotion of integrity and professionalism in assessment administration through education, leadership and cooperation with state and local agencies and the taxpayers of Georgia.

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