Blair County’s Tax Assessment Office is about to undergo a major technological upgrade.
Commissioner Terry Tomassetti says the county will use money from its recent bond issue to purchase a CAMA system that will streamline the operations of the office.
"The Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal program will bring the office up to date," Tomassetti said. "It will bring out records and operations in line with available technologies."
The system would allow the county to do away with its tax assessment cards that currently hold data about a property. Tomassetti says the county also hopes to allow the public the ability to access the office from home 24 hours per day.
Officials say a final cost has not been approved because a system has not been selected.
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