We're working to cut through confusion after an awkward Clay County board meeting. Four people are now sworn in to serve on the three-member Board of Equalization. This public meeting is where taxpayers dispute the valuation of their property to prevent their taxes from increasing. "Um. I didn't die, and I haven't resigned."
Sunday, July 23, 2017
Fear Confusing Clay County Politics
For those who missed it . . . Here's a report that's interesting if only because it reminds us that our rural and suburban neighborhood politics are just as confused and conflicted as the big city. Take a peek at Clay County embarrassing the Northland yet again: