Assessment Background: Part 3

I found this link today from the Office of Real Property Services that supports my argument that the uniformity of assessments in Amsterdam are anything but. In fact, if you look at the estimated COD figure in TABLE 6 which shows the level of dispersion (or lack of uniformity) , you will see that Amsterdam has one of the highest CODs in the state with a rank of 16 out of 224 of municipalities which do not meet the All Property COD Criteria. Here is my version of Table 6 in descending order by estimated COD:

Rank County Name Municipality Upper Limit forCOD Estimated COD
1 St Lawrence Fowler 20 175.45
2 Delaware Hancock 20 72.57
3 Steuben Greenwood 20 59.72
4 Westchester Peekskill 15 59.32
5 Westchester White Plains 15 54.91
6 Westchester Rye 15 51.42
7 Sullivan Forestburgh 20 50.16
8 Oneida Florence 20 49.07
9 Westchester Ossining 15 46.03
10 Franklin Bombay 20 44.91
11 Delaware Roxbury 20 44.8
12 Westchester Mt Vernon 15 43.52
13 Delaware Tompkins 20 41.91
14 Westchester Mount Kisco 15 41.7
15 Ulster Shandaken 20 41.38
16 Montgomery Amsterdam 17 41.34
17 Warren Johnsburg 20 40.5
18 Delaware Colchester 20 40.47
19 Broome Colesville 20 38.42
20 Otsego Plainfield 20 38.17

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