November 09, 2022
Franklin County Names New Tax Services Director
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The Franklin County Commissioners are pleased to announce Jodi Martin as the new director of Franklin County Tax Services. Martin assumed her new role Oct. 27.
In this role, Martin will oversee and administer all operations of the Tax Services department, which includes tax assessment and tax claim functions. Her duties will include working with local real estate tax collectors to ensure all collected monies are disbursed and recorded to the proper taxing authorities. Martin will also work closely with local municipalities and government agencies as she coordinates existing programs and implements new services in the future. Finally, part of Martin’s role as director will be to research regulations and program availability as well as the development, coordination and implementation of new programs to benefit the county, processes and, ultimately, Franklin County taxpayers and residents.
Martin has nearly 25 years of experience with Franklin County Tax Services. She first joined the county in 1998 as a tax assessor. In 2017, she was promoted to chief assessor and managed the department’s tax assessment process.
Martin is a Certified Pennsylvania Evaluator and currently serves as the vice president of the South Central Chapter of Assessors’ Association of Pennsylvania. A lifelong resident of Franklin County, she currently resides in Mercersburg with her husband, Dani.
“Jodi brings a lot of experience and passion to this position,” said Franklin County Commissioner Chairman Dave Keller. “She is a Franklin County native who truly cares about her work, her staff and the community that she serves.”
For more information on services offered through the Franklin County Tax Services department, call 717-261-3884 or visit www.franklincountypa.gov.
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