Guy Zelenski began his service with Los Angeles County on January 3, 1983 with the Auditor-Controller’s Audit Division. Mr. Zelenski previously served as the Division Chief of the Office of County Investigations and is currently the Division Chief of Property Tax Apportionment. In this capacity, he is responsible for performing mandated property tax functions, including accounting for funds allocated to redevelopment successor agencies and establishing apportionment factors that will be used for the distribution of collections of property tax revenue to local agencies, municipalities, special districts, schools and successor agencies.
Mr. Zelenski holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration and is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Fraud Specialist.
Property Tax Apportionment Division
The Property Tax Apportionment Division (PTAD) performs mandated property tax functions governed by California Revenue and Taxation, Health and Safety, and Government Codes. PTAD is responsible for establishing and maintaining the property tax apportionment factors that will be used for the distribution of collections of property tax revenue to over 1,300 local agencies including, County, cities, school districts, Education Revenue Augmentation Fund (ERAF), special districts, and redevelopment Successor Agencies.
PTAD also controls and deposits property tax revenue to the Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund for distribution to the redevelopment Successor Agencies and the affected taxing entities according to the Redevelopment Dissolution Law, and will also control and distribute tax revenue to Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts according to the applicable Codes.