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Property tax bills must be corrected and re-issued

The news is at the North Coast Journal blog and the Lost Coast Outpost, (hmmm, it’s not police blotter material, so Loco must consider property taxes to be pot-related news) and will certainly be in the TS soon, if it isn’t in it today.  Humboldt property taxpayers are being asked to hold off on making their payment until the County sends out corrected bills, soon.

Due dates will not change; payments already sent will be accepted; refunds will be sent where necessary.  Procedures, we are promised, will change.

  1. Anonymous
    October 5, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Hey, hey, hey, don’t harsh on the LoCO. To be fair, the blog consists mostly of pasted press releases. That’s what passes as journalism today, whether it’s a press release on a blog, or a press release in a newspaper, and the people are happy. The people who decry the Times-Standard’s journalism standards are the same people who champion blogs as new journalism when they’re really just more press releases. Take Kym’s access to CalTrans and the Sheriff’s office away and there’s just no “there” there anymore.

  2. Ponder z
    October 5, 2012 at 10:23 am

    Prop tax and now the bonds added are unjustified extortion for poorly managed infrastructure and labor. High wages and added benefits to these employees make bonds necessary. Like a tick sucking blood form an armpit.

  3. October 5, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    You guys are hilarious.

    I will gladly pay any debt that I may owe, upon evidence for the claim. John Barthalomew can’t seem to locate my signature granting authority requesting funds in perpetuity for something I own. He is unwilling to send me an offer to contract containing his signature.

    Becoming a taxpayer requires consent. Is he suggesting that I am a slave? Paradigm shift.

    “. . .Who would believe the ironic truth that the cooperative taxpayer fares much worse than the individual who relies upon his constitutional rights?”
    Judge Cummings, U.S. Federal Judge. U.S. v Dickerson (1979).

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