** 2019 Property Assessment Notice Update **

Fulton County Homeowners recently received the 2019 Property Tax Assessment Notice, while this is not a bill it is important to read, review and respond by August 2, 2019 to preserve your right and exemptions.

First read the notice completely and make note of the date by which you must respond.  Next, verify your new floating homestead exemption which you voted to approve last November in the General Election.

A big "thank you" to the City of Johns Creek for providing an online calculator, you can verify your 2019 homestead exemption using the Johns Creek Homestead Exemption Calculator when you click here

Note:  When asked for the Basic Exemption the amount is $2,000 for the Fulton County Board of Education for most homeowners.

You can find the Fulton County Assessor's Property Search Page here.

You can find the Fulton County Tax Commissioner's Website here.

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Putting Georgians First

The hardworking men and women of Georgia expect their government to live within its means. As your representative and voice at the Capitol, I am making sure we are balancing our budgets, removing wasteful spending, and looking for ways to make our government work more efficiently.

I am proud of what our state has done and I know we can do more to make Georgia the best place to live, work, and play.

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Thank you for allowing me to represent you and for your vote on May 22nd; I look forward to continuing to work for you and ask for your support  again on November 6th.


Tuesday, May 14, 2019 9:17 AM

Enabling Cities, Counties, and Boards of Education to Work Together

Thanks to Rep. Matthew Gambill and Rep. Mitchell Scoggins for co-sponsoring HB 349, to make modifications to the redevelopment powers act that will further enable cities, counties and boards of education to work together to provide opportunities for citizens to thrive and the economy to grow.

Thanks to Sen. Bruce Thompson for sponsoring the measure in the State Senate and to Governor Brian Kemp for signing it!

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 9:06 AM

HOPE Eligible Students Get the Time They Need to Complete Degree

As Chairman of House Higher Education was glad to stand with Governor Kemp at Wheeler High School last Friday as he signed a number of bills increasing educational opportunities for Georgians, including HB 218, sponsored by Rep. Rick Williams.

HB 218 first passed out of the House Higher Education Committee and expands the time students are eligible to receive the HOPE Scholarship from 7 to 10 years so more deserving students can complete their degrees, even when life injects a detour.

HB 218 is good for students, good for Georgians, good for Georgia! Way to go Rep. Rick Williams!

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 6:50 AM

Working to Fix Out of Control Propery Taxes

Working together with Fulton County School Board and gaining the Board's unanimous support our North Fulton Republican Legislative Team passed an assessment freeze which will appear on the General election ballot -- vote "YES" to set you assessment at the lowest amount of the past three years and avoid the increase in future years.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 7:27 AM

Chuck Martin - Prioritizing Education


Friday, October 19, 2018 7:28 AM

Chuck Martin - The Right Choice for District 49

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