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Legislative District 16

Posted on: February 26, 2024

Drucker Announces Deadline for Nassau Property Owenrs to Grieve Assessments Extended to March 18

(MINEOLA, N.Y.) – Nassau County Legislature Deputy Minority Leader Arnold W. Drucker (D – Plainview) reminds residents that the deadline for Nassau County property owners to grieve the assessed value of their home has been extended to Monday, March 18.

Anyone who has not yet filed a grievance can learn how to do so by visiting Deputy Minority Leader Drucker’s website at and viewing an archived assessment grievance workshop online. Deputy Minority Leader Drucker’s office hosted their own online assessment grievance workshops in partnership with Nassau’s Assessment Review Commission on Jan. 25 and Feb. 22.

“In the wake of Newsday’s recent report about the Blakeman administration freezing Nassau’s assessment rolls for the fourth consecutive year, it is more important than ever for homeowners to grieve their assessed value and protect themselves from the further degradation of the tax rolls,” Deputy Minority Leader Drucker said. “Grieving is simple and you can do it yourself - you do not have to pay a politically connected tax outside firm. If you have not already filed a challenge, visit my website today and learn, step by step, how to exercise your rights.”


For additional information, please contact Deputy Minority Leader Drucker at 516-571-6216 or

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