El Paso County Assessor Steve Schleiker and County Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez, Jr. will hold a Town Hall Meeting on May 14, 2018, at the Hanover High School cafeteria.

The meeting will provide a chance for those who lost property in the Mile Marker 117 Fire, others affected by the wildfire and anyone else wishing to attend to have their questions answered regarding the fires impact on property values and assessments recovery after the blaze that ignited on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.

“We will discuss the damage assessment process, the proration process for the destroyed and damaged properties, along with the portability of the senior homestead exemption,” Schleiker said.

What: Town Hall Meeting

Where: Hanover High School cafeteria, 17050 S. Peyton Hwy., Hanover, CO 80928

When: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, May 14, 2018

The Mile Marker 117 Fire burned more than 42,000 acres of grassland east of Interstate 25 in the Hanover area spreading quickly amid high winds. The fire moved into Pueblo County to the south and approached the Lincoln County border to the east before firefighters contained it on the morning of Friday, April 20.