Ad Valorem Tax Loss – Nov 10, 2005

“Ryan told the Stillwater Journal he was present on very short notice and the superintendent himself would have been there, but he was out of town. Ryan said the school district is impacted by O-State decisions and yet it doesn’t get advance notice.”

Stillwater Journal - Ad valorem tax, Nov 10, 2005
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2 Responses to Ad Valorem Tax Loss – Nov 10, 2005

  1. Don Hutchison says:

    It is my understanding the superintendent does not even live in Stillwater but instead lives in Kansas City. Somehow that seems to take something away from his creddibility.

  2. Ann Williams says:

    (In response to Don’s comment) It is correct that the sup’t of schools lives in KC. Gary Clark stated tonight that they had discussed the loss of tax revenue, resulting from the expansion, with the schools. He also said that OSU would compensate the schools in some manner (he didn’t say what). At the Nov. 10 meeting, the County Assessor stated that nothing had been discussed with her, regarding the loss of tax revenue due to the expansion.
    Ann Williams

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