FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 9, 2024
Representative Smith delivers keynote at the OSACA/OACTC Conference
HOOD RIVER, Ore. – Today, Representative Greg Smith (R-Heppner) delivered the keynote address at the joint Oregon State Association of County Assessors (OSACA) & Oregon Association of County Tax Collectors (OACTC) Conference. It’s an annual conference for county assessors and tax collectors, that was hosted in Hood River this year. Rep. Smith was invited to speak at the conference by Morrow County Assessor/Tax Collector Mike Gorman, who is also the current President of OSACA. Rep. Smith discussed a wide variety of topics, including County Assessment Function Funding Assistance (CAFFA) and tax abatements for veterans and their families.
“As the senior member of the House Revenue Committee it’s critical to have a firm grasp on local taxation,” said Representative Smith, “getting a chance to speak with all of the county assessors and tax collectors from around the State was an invaluable opportunity”.
Representative Greg Smith is currently serving his twelfth term as a State Representative, making him the longest serving member in the Oregon Legislature, as well as the 4th longest serving State Representative in Oregon History. He holds a gavel as the Co-Chair of the Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee on General Government. Representative Smith also serves as the Co-Vice Chair of the full Joint Ways and Means Committee. Additionally, he is the ranking member on the House Revenue Committee. To reach out, please visit Rep Smith’s Facebook Page or send him an email at email@example.com
Representative Greg Smith