Forgive our normie humor with a nod to Internets culture, right now it's TKC readers with good ideas who have our attention.
A recent comment that actually deserves to be highlighted for a change . . .
TKC Reader Selected Power Move Of The Week: "Jackson County property taxpayers who protested the phony assessment process. All 20,000."
A brief recap:
First of TKC, An Important Note From The Jackson County Legislature Demanding Exec Frank White Nullify The Property Tax Assessments.
First Again On TKC, Exec Frank White Responded With A Refusal And Accusations Against His Colleagues Along With Defense Of Hit Appointee.
We've gathered just a bit more MSM followup as the debate continues . . . These reports indicate that the voting public and most homeowners agree with the Legislature regarding the broken process which, in fact, can lawfully be restarted.
Members of the Jackson County Legislature on Friday unanimously called on the county executive to discard all recently issued property reassessments. It was the newest move in an ongoing controversy surrounding Jackson County's reassessment of the 300,000 parcels of land in the county.
Hide Transcript Show Transcript DISCARDED. PROPERTY OWNERS ARE STUNNED THAT THE TAX ESTIMATES TWO OR THREE TIMES WHAT THEY WERE LAST YEAR. WE OBTAINED A LETTER THAT WAS SENT TO THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE. THE MASSIVE SWINGS AND HOME AND LAND VALUE OFTEN ON THE SAME BLOCK CAUSES TO DISTRUST THE PROCESS USED IN VALUATION.
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) - "Do the right thing." Those are words from the Jackson County legislature to Frank White. They are calling on White to throw out the recent assessment citing grave errors and massive swings in home and land values. Investigative Reporter Angie Ricono has been fielding thousands of emails and messages exposing your concerns.
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- The members of the Jackson County legislature are calling for a halt to the county's troubled property assessment process. The legislature released a statement on Friday afternoon saying in part, "It's become clear there are numerous grave errors in the 2019 reassessment values recently sent to the citizens of Jackson County."
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