Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Good Times Continue In Johnson County

While Kansas City continues to work on property tax increases . . . Here's a glimpse at the good life continued in the nicest metro middle-class enclave . . . Rising property values in Johnson County means more taxes

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

No, ya don't say!

Anonymous said...

Sam is going to try to make up for his budget shortfall somehow. This was entirely predictable. Last year we had the largest tax increase in state history. This year property taxes are up 15-21% where I live. And the state is running a massive deficit. Some one tell how the Republican party is the party of lower taxes and balanced budgets?

Anonymous said...

All this diversity the people think is good is starting to now cost them.