Monday, July 29, 2019

JACKSON COUNTY PROPERTY TAX DEADLINE TODAY AS SERIES OF COURTHOUSE PROTESTS STARTS!!!



The most important part of the protest and community push back . . . Here's a link to the last chance to file a meaningful argument against the rise in Jackson County property tax assessment spikes:

Jackson County Board of Equalization Appeals

Follow-up on our TKC FIRST NEWS this weekend . . . Local leaders will start a SERIES OF PROTESTS TODAY which hope to culminate in a massive 500+ rally against the recent statements from The County Exec that stand by the assessment increases.

Update and CONFIRMATION from local news: 

Protestors seek deadline extension on Jackson County property tax assessments

Today is last day to file property tax assessment appeal in Jackson County

Developing . . .

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

All of that's nice but the only thing that's really going to help is to recall Frank White and get hi out of office. That will change staffing and the process, anything less is just politics that he continues to ignore.

Anonymous said...


I don't think they can extend the deadline the tax bills get sent out the first week in Nov. there's just not enough time. But didn't you folks in Jackson County vote for this so why are you bitching? You will just vote for it again you did when sly raised your water bill, and when Sly tacked on a 20 yr Go Bond that is compound, and that has proven to be a farce. So I don't understand what your problem is!

Retro ROCKER said...

When all your money goes to pay taxes. There is little money left to stimulate the Local economy

Anonymous said...

^^^MAGA!!!!!

Anonymous said...

10:13, that's true nationally as well as locally.

Anonymous said...

This democratically held stronghold in Jackson county will always vote for a democrat even though they know it’s the wrong thing to do. Democrats only know how to tax and spend. Use your vote wisely folks!

Anonymous said...

^^Yet republicans always seem to run deficits, and democrats seem to balance the budget. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^So Obama was really a Republican? Weird.