Tuesday, July 30, 2019

TKC MUST READ!!! JACKSON COUNTY EXECUTIVE FRANK WHITE CORRECTS BOE REGARDING SEPT. 3RD PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT APPEAL DEADLINE!!!



And important fact check from the top ranking politico at the Courthouse . . .

Jackson County Executive issues statement on formal appeal extension to September 3

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement after the Board of Equalization’s decision today to extend the formal appeal deadline to September 3, 2019:

“The County understands the Board of Equalization’s decision to extend the formal appeal deadline. We will continue to work with the Board through this process to ensure that all property owners are heard. Under the leadership of Gail McCann Beatty, our assessment department diligently continues its efforts to process informal reviews and will recommend any adjustments to property values, where appropriate, to ensure accuracy, fairness and equity.

Additionally, it is important to note that property owners are not appealing their tax bill. The process gives property owners the right to file an appeal to dispute their fair market value as determined by the assessment department, not their tax bill. Tax bills are not final and furthermore, the assessor is not a tax collector, does not set the tax rate and does not determine the amount of taxes a property owner pays. Again, the assessor’s job is to determine fair market value and make sure every property tax dollar is assessed equally so property owners are not paying more than their fair share. As this reassessment process moves forward, fulfilling that state-mandated duty remains our priority.”

After its initial vote today, the Board of Equalization (BOE) reopened its motion to extend the formal appeal deadline to take into consideration the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Therefore, the deadline to file a formal appeal to the BOE is Tuesday, September 3.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

An idiot talking to people as if they are idiots.

Anonymous said...

They should start fitting the assessment department for Orange Jumpsuits.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone else get the impression that they rose these taxes in order to run everyone on the east side of troost out? Those were the houses most affected. Just a thought.

seanot said...

With regard to east of Troost, like all cities of moderate size and above, the urban core is a cash cow for the tax man. Other than police and fire, virtually no City dollars float that way and the lots are small and close together so the taxes collected per acre are higher than in the better parts of town.

Anonymous said...

they rose these taxes


English please

Anonymous said...

You guys should realize that the negroes in any position of authority over us are going to pull whatever stunts they can to fuck whitey around the only solution for all of this is to kill all of these ingrates and restore sanity to our society. Dont forget 300 years ago these subsaharan animals were living in trees now these fucks think they can dictate to us as far as I’m concerned niggers and queers are a disease in the body of a nation they should be iradicatedfrom OUR society

Anonymous said...

What Frank White isn't telling people here is that he has the same person overseeing Assessment and Collections. The same guy, Ed Stoll, is who the BOE staff reports to too.

Anonymous said...

You know, I am an avid reader of TKC. However, there needs to be more (if any) monitoring of the comment section.

Anonymous said...

I hate Gail Beatty.