Behind the scenes the universal rebuke against the Courthouse is nearly universal and our 2nd favorite city to the east is soon to take center stage in this struggle . . .
To wit . . .
COURTHOUSE INSIDERS: INDEPENDENCE, MO CITY COUNCIL PREPARING FORMAL REJECTION OF JACKSON COUNTY PROPERTY TAX INCREASES!!!
The impact might be negligible but the message is clear . . .
EASTERN JACK IS ALSO PISSED ABOUT PROPERTY TAXES AND THEY HAVE STARTED TO MOBILIZE AGAINST THE CURRENT JACKSON COUNTY CABAL!!!
It gets so much better . . .
Let's not forget that power player Victor Callahan continues to exercise his influence over the Missouri State Tax Commission and this crisis threatens to bring him back into public life.
More to the point . . .
EXEC FRANK WHITE SHOULD START PACKING NOW IF VICTOR CALLAHAN AND HIS WRECKING CREW SET THEIR SIGHTS ON THE COURTHOUSE!!!
So much drama.
It's hard to keep up.
More to the point, Courthouse Insiders tell us that the Exec looks glassy-eyed and in a daze upon enduring the first serious political setback of his career.
Check the latest news roundup . . .
Kansas City Barrio On Blast
The Westside community organized to fight back against extreme property value hikes Thursday night. Roughly 100 people showed up to a community meeting at Guadalupe Centers to ask questions and voice anger with property assessment and tax increases."This should not go uncontested," Paul Rojas said.
Sticker Shock Cont'd
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A lot of folks around Jackson County are not happy after receiving this year's property tax assessments. "This is definitely the biggest hike, extremely. It was sticker shock for me when I open my tax appraisal," Waldo resident Julie McLarney said.
Local Home Owner Hate!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tens of thousands of Jackson County property owners received notice this month that the value of their property jumped. That also means a jump in taxes owed the county. In this week's edition of the , host Taylor Hemness is joined by reporter Sarah Plake, who details how residents are reacting to the spike.
Developing . . .