WAILUKU - Mayor Alan Arakawa and the county Department of Finance recently recognized Real Property Technical Officer Marcy Martin for earning the first Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) designation in the state.
The AAS Martin earned required more than 200 hours of instruction and seven exams. It was awarded by the International Association of Assessing Officers, which is the internationally recognized professional membership organization for government assessment officials.
"Marcy began working on the AAS designation in 2005, and she has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to public service by pursuing this important designation," said Finance Director Danny Agsalog.
County Department of Finance Real Property Technical Officer Marcy Martin earned the first Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) designation in the state. Here, Martin is recognized by (from left) Deputy Finance Director Mark Walker; Gery Madriaga, assistant administrator of the Real Property Assessment Division; Mayor Alan Arakawa; RPA Division Administrator Scott Teruya; and Finance Director Danny Agsalog. PHOTO BY THE COUNTY OF MAUI/RYAN PIROS.
Real Property Assessment (RPA) Division Administrator Scott Teruya noted that Martin's achievements have benefited the division's work through the years.
"Marcy's years of service and countless hours of dedication to her professional practice have been an integral part of RPA's efforts to serve our community with excellence," Teruya said.