Thursday, May 23, 2019

Jackson County Animal Shelter 'Use Tax' Spike Explained To Tax Weary Residents

Another proposed sales tax burdens local residents without much explanation about how the cash will be used. Read more:

Independence residents question proposed 'use tax'

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - It's been three days since city leaders in Independence voted to place a use tax on the August ballot. Proposition P, if approved by voters, would provide funding for the Jackson County Regional Animal Shelter and to hire additional police officers.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Remember all the grand hype in the buildup to this shelter?

Anonymous said...

What a freaking boondoggle this place is.

NicK said...

No one is going to approve any new taxes until they fix the tax system and quit screwing over the middle class

Mr. Diversity said...

Gotta house all those unwanted Pit bulls. If more citizens would only adopt them.
Dogs rate diversity too.

Anonymous said...


the reality....hey, I like puppies and kittiies, but the reality, way too many PEOPLE in the world, and there sure are way too many dogs and kats....I don't hear much about spay and neuter, just adopt... so the puppy/kitty mill folks "turn up the volume" and you huckelberrys jump on the band wagon...get serious about the problem....

Anonymous said...

I went to school with Allie Zaroor. She was always political. Nice big girl tits.