DES MOINES — Former Iowa Senate GOP leader Stewart Iverson has been appointed to lead a state agency monitoring property tax appeals in the state.

Gov. Terry Branstad announced the appointment Thursday. Iverson’s annual salary to be chairman of the Iowa Property Tax Assessment Appeal Board will be $137,000.

Iverson is filling the term left by Richard Stradley, who resigned from the board in November. The tenure will run through April 2017. — AP

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