Gov. Gordon, Henson to discuss property tax relief

CHEYENNE — After a legislative session that saw multiple property tax relief bills signed into law, AARP Wyoming’s TeleTown Hall on May 24 at 3 p.m. will help make sense of the changes.

AARP Wyoming will be joined on this call by Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and Director of the Wyoming Department of Revenue, Brenda Henson. Governor Gordon will explain why he felt it important to support property tax relief, while Henson will explain how Wyoming citizens can utilize Wyoming’s property tax relief mechanisms.

AARP Wyoming will start to dial out to members and prospective call participants at around 2:45 p.m. on May 24. If you do not receive a call but would like to be a part of the phone call, dial 1-855-274-1448 or go to AARP Wyoming’s Facebook page at:

“Property tax relief has evolved in Wyoming over the last three years, and this call will allow our members to understand the reasons behind the changes, as well as specific methods for receiving property tax relief,” said AARP Associate State Director Tom Lacock.