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Call the Scotland County Breastfeeding Peer Counselor at 910-277-2470 ext 4490. The peer counselor can answer questions and provide information about the program along with helping arrange a clinic visit for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) mothers and babies to enroll in the program. The Breastfeeding Peer Counselor can also answer any questions the pregnant or nursing mother's support people may have, as long as they come with the patient to the appointment.
A mother is eligible to receive an electric breast pump through the WIC Program if:
For more information and to determine eligibility, please call the Scotland County Breastfeeding Peer Counselor at 910-277-2470 ext 4490.
All postpartum WIC clients are eligible for a manual pump. Priority to receive pumps will be given to clients who are engorged, have sore and/or cracked nipples, and nipple trauma. For more information and to determine eligibility, please call the Scotland County Breastfeeding Peer Counselor at 910-277-2470 ext 4490.
All appeals must be in writing to the Scotland County Assessor’s Office at: Scotland County Assessor's Office P.O Box 488 Laurinburg, NC 28353
Appeals must be filed within 30 days of the tax bill date.
The listing period for business personal property begins the first business day of January and extends through January 31 or the next business day if the last day falls on a weekend or state holiday. All forms must have a US Post Office post mark stamped no later than January 31. Forms may be obtained in the Tax Assessor’s office located at 507 W Covington Street Laurinburg, NC 28352.
For more information call 910-277-2566.
The initial and most important step of the valuation process is to visit the property and verify the accuracy of the data already in the appraisal system. As this is being done, other staff members will be building the 2019 Schedule of Values by researching and analyzing the values already established from sales, building costs, and income information. The Schedule of Values must be adopted by the Scotland County Board of Commissioners and is used to appraise all real property in the County.
When your property is being appraised, the appraiser considers several important factors, which include but are not limited to year built, size, condition, desirability, utility, zoning, and quality of construction, materials, and location. When the valuation process is complete, your property should appraise at a value comparable to properties within your neighborhood boundary, plus or minus adjustments for different factors. The 2019 revaluation is a Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal of all property in Scotland County, and the end result should be uniformity and equalization of values within each neighborhood throughout the county.
The new values will become effective on January 1, 2019, so they will be reflected in the tax bills you will receive in July of 2019.