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Rauschenberger Names Vietmeier as State Supervisor of Assessments

North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger today named Kim Vietmeier as the new State Supervisor of Assessments in the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner. Vietmeier will replace Linda Leadbetter who retired on January 30 after having served the Tax Department for 6 years.
 
Rauschenberger said, “Kim has been a strong member of our property tax team for the past 6 years and brings essential experience in assessment and in working with property owners, and North Dakota leadership on property tax issues.”
 
Vietmeier said, “I am excited for the opportunity to expand my knowledge of the property tax system and look forward to supporting those who work with property tax administration at various levels.”
 
Vietmeier has worked as a property tax specialist at the Office of State Tax Commissioner since 2014. She is a graduate of Bismarck State College and attended the University of Mary. She previously worked in the private sector as an apprentice appraiser, and later joined Burleigh County and served as both a tax appraiser and in social service eligibility, working with the auditor, treasurer and tax equalization offices. Vietmeier is a graduate of the NDSU Extension Rural Leadership North Dakota program, and provides training for assessors around the state.
 
As State Supervisor, Vietmeier will serve as a liaison to property owners, local governments, and state officials on property tax issues. In addition, she will manage and direct the Property Tax Division of the Office of State Tax Commissioner and will oversee special projects and initiatives relating to property taxation. 

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Rauschenberger Names Vietmeier as State Supervisor of Assessments

North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger today named Kim Vietmeier as the new State Supervisor of Assessments in the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner. Vietmeier will replace Linda Leadbetter who retired on January 30 after having served the Tax Department for 6 years.
 
Rauschenberger said, “Kim has been a strong member of our property tax team for the past 6 years and brings essential experience in assessment and in working with property owners, and North Dakota leadership on property tax issues.”
 
Vietmeier said, “I am excited for the opportunity to expand my knowledge of the property tax system and look forward to supporting those who work with property tax administration at various levels.”
 
Vietmeier has worked as a property tax specialist at the Office of State Tax Commissioner since 2014. She is a graduate of Bismarck State College and attended the University of Mary. She previously worked in the private sector as an apprentice appraiser, and later joined Burleigh County and served as both a tax appraiser and in social service eligibility, working with the auditor, treasurer and tax equalization offices. Vietmeier is a graduate of the NDSU Extension Rural Leadership North Dakota program, and provides training for assessors around the state.
 
As State Supervisor, Vietmeier will serve as a liaison to property owners, local governments, and state officials on property tax issues. In addition, she will manage and direct the Property Tax Division of the Office of State Tax Commissioner and will oversee special projects and initiatives relating to property taxation. 

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