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Eugene DePasquale

Candidate for: 
East Hampton Town Assessor

As East Hampton Town Assessor, Eugene has consistently produced a balanced assessment roll on an annual basis in coordination with the other members of the Board of Assessors during the last eleven plus years in office. He excels in his daily interaction with the public to discuss assessment concerns, assessment reduction procedures and exemption questions.

He has prepared thousands of Valuation Reports for Small Claims Assessment Review and assists other Town Department Heads and staff with assessment related information and documents. Eugene also met with the Town Supervisor to establish annual office operating budget.

More about Eugene …

Certified Licensed Appraiser, State of New York. Licensed by the State to appraise Residential Properties regardless of value. Currently completing the CE requirements for license renewal. **Non-Certified Licensed appraisers are limited to valuing residential properties of one million dollars or less.**

Emergency Medical Technician, Company 4, Montauk Fire Department where he was recognized for responding to over 500 Ambulance/EMS calls

Friends of the Montauk Library, Member.

Certified American Heart Association CPR Instructor

Greatest Dad in the World, as recognized by his daughter, Isabella.

Education

BA., English, Columbia College, Columbia University, Manhattan, New York, 1981

Real Estate Finance & Analysis, NYU School of Real Estate, Manhattan, New York, 1984

Construction Management, NYU School of Real Estate, Manhattan, New York, 1985

Assessment oriented course work successfully completed: Fundamentals of Exemption Administration, Fundamentals of R/F/V Data Collection, Introduction to Real Estate Appraisal, Valuation Principles and Procedures, Assessment Administration, Introduction to Farm Appraisal, Mass Appraisal and the Reassessment Process, Introduction to Income Property Valuation, Applied Residential Property Valuation, Principles of Income Property Appraising and Introduction to 1-4 Family Income Capitalization.