The Grundy County Republican Party will hold their next quarterly meeting on Saturday, September 26, 10:00am at the Grundy County Courthouse. Guest Speaker will be John C. Isbell, Sumner County Assessor of Property. Among his many accomplishments, Isbell is also the past president of the TN Association of Assessing Officers and past Tennessee Assessor of the Year.
Although the Grundy GOP originally voted to not hold partisan elections in 2016 in order to avoid some of the internal conflict within the county during election time as well as save the cost of two elections for both candidates and the county, they had to rescind the decision when the Democrat party chose to continue the Primary process. The Grundy County Republican Primary will coincide with the March 1st Presidential Primary. The office of Assessor is the only countywide race in 2016.
The Grundy County Assessor of Property makes a base salary (2014/15) of $63,843. The first day to issue nominating petitions for Grundy County Assessor of Property is Friday, September 11, 2015. The deadline to submit the nominating papers is Thursday, December 10 @ Noon.
The Grundy County Assessor of Property is a Tennessee constitutionally elected official who serves the citizens of their county for a four-year term. The Assessor’s office retains all the property maps for the county. It is the Assessor’s responsibility to discover, list, classify and value all property within the jurisdiction of Grundy County. The Grundy County Assessor’s staff must appraise and assess approximately 11,000 parcels of property