The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners approved the reappointment of David Boisvert as county appraiser for a four-year term, July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2025, pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 19-430.
“I appreciate the job that you have done in the Appraiser’s Office,” said Chairman Ed Eilert during the board’s April 22 meeting. “Bringing your wealth of experience to this position I think has served our community very well and I completely understand that every appraisal that’s made is not 100% embraced by individuals in the community. But I think from a fairness standpoint, policy and procedure and protocol, your office has done an outstanding job, so thank you.”
Boisvert was first appointed to complete an unexpired portion of a four-year term on Feb. 6, 2020 which will end on June 30.
“I stepped in to complete the term of the previous County Appraiser and believe I have successfully led the appraisal staff through the transition of leadership,” said County Appraiser David Boisvert. “During my tenure I have focused on planning for our office’s future, including studying our current appraisal methodologies, and look forward to continuing that work in my next term.
“I am grateful for the support from my staff. This team is very professional, experienced and are committed to serving this county”.