Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Clay County Hates New Annex Ideas

Meeting aftermath and Northland Public opinion regarding this latest affront to residents still waiting for an audit outcome to solve their longstanding complaints. Checkit:

Clay County annex land proposals criticized by citizens

Hide Transcript Show Transcript MEETING GOT INTENSE WITH SEVERAL PEOPLE IN THE ROOM. STANDING ROOM ONLY AT MONDAY'S CLAY COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING. TWO PROPOSED LAND DEALS TO FOR A NEW CLAY COUNTY ANNEX, BROUGHT UP PASSIONATE SPEECHES. >> WE THE TAXPAYERS ARE TIRED OF SPENDING MONEY THAT DOES NOT NEED TO BE SPENT.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now we begin to get some insight into why Ridgeway has kept Owen under wraps all through the years of chaos caused by the two of them and their flunkies.

Anonymous said...

What’s really whacky is that Real Estate discussion and award is an Executive Session topic as per Missouri Statute chapter 610 ish.

Ridgeway and Nolte are former state reps and are clearly showing their adherence to the Peter Principle.

Anonymous said...

Note to Owen: The people who pay your salary have spoken. You aren't worried, are you? Nobody's going to stop YOU from doing what YOU want. Especially pesky taxpayers. How dare they ask YOU questions about where their money is being spent.

Jesse J said...

Nolte and his minions have been promoting all the controversy at the behest of a developer who wants to regain control of Clay County.
Nolte's first contribution in 2014 was $5,000 from the developer. Millions of dollars in TIF and other incentives are at stake. Nolte's October 11, meeting featured a lecture on TIF from this developer. Nolte has been leading the effort to create controversy in order to discredit the other officeholders in the hope that the others can be easily defeated. Check the background of Nolte's first contributor and you will find convincing evidence of criminal activity. Note multiple linked arson fires in Clay and Jackson County. Mikey Sanders corruptly declined to prosecute Nolte's patron for his involvement in the Schutte Lumber yard, $8 million arson fire in 2003. Developer also torched two of his own lumberyards and claimed $2 million in insurance losses.

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