Bordelon Announces Bid for Re-election

Sheila Glover Bordelon would like to announce that she is running for re-election this fall. Bordelon has been the Lincoln Parish Assessor since 2013 and has worked in the Assessor’s Office since 1990. In 1993 she received her certification for Certified LA Deputy Assessor, served as Chief Deputy Assessor from 2001 thru 2012.

During the 2012 LA Legislative session, the assessor’s along with other elected officials were granted pay raises beginning in 2013. Bordelon, along with one other assessor in the state of the sixty-four assessors did not take the pay raise for the 2013, 2014 or 2015 years.

She does not have an office car for personal use, therefore saving the taxpayers fuel, insurance, and maintenance. The office vehicle is used only for field inspections during office hours and it remains at the office overnight. Bordelon also pays for her cell phone as she did prior to becoming assessor.

For the 2014 tax year, Bordelon reduced the millage rate that the assessor’s office receives, and hopes to do the same this year.

She is proud of the customer service her office provides as well as her accessibility. Bordelon enjoys meeting many new people that come into the office to sign their homestead exemption or to file their personal property reports. She welcomes you to call or come by the office if you have any questions concerning your assessments.

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One Response to “Bordelon Announces Bid for Re-election”

  1. Ed webb Says:

    Bordelon has some baggage from the last election that she needs to explain. More later.

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