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Standardized parcel mapping refers to creating versions of each community’s assessor mapping that comply with the MassGIS Standard for Digital Parcels and Related Data Sets. In January 2011, MassGIS started a project to produce this standardized mapping in each community (except Boston). That project was completed in the summer of 2013.
Standardization includes requirements for the
All the primary assessing (CAMA) software vendors with customers in Massachusetts have developed a “MassGIS Extract” based on the standard.
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Standardization is supported by
At the Executive Board meeting of the MAAO held on September 16, 2014, the Board voted unanimously to issue the attached Statement on Standardized Assessor Tax Mapping. The MAAO is dedicated to providing assistance and advice, along with strong educational programs, to aid the local assessor in the performance of their professional duties. The Executive Board of the MAAO feels strongly that standardized tax mapping will help to provide the tools necessary to assist local assessing jurisdictions in providing the tax payers of their community the type of service that they expect and deserve.