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RANKIN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
THEY LOST OUR TRUST,NOW THEY WILL LOSE THEIR JOBS
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UPDATE February 8, 20143
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Rankin County voters that live in cities pay $400,000 a year to fund the county solid waste fund. People in the cities pay additional taxes for trash collection. Other counties levy a tax for solid waste outside the city limits. This is another example redistribution of wealth.
Why is the Rankin County Road & Bridge Tax Levy nearly 6 times higher than Hinds County and over 2 times higher than Madison County? If Rankin County operated like Madison County $8,984,549.00 could be returned to the tax payers each year. For an average family of four that would be over $347.00 each term. Click here to see the detailed analysis by Irl Dean Rhodes.
Overlay District Vote Passed on 3-15-13 Against 84% of the Public's Will. All Supervisors Except Jared Morrison Voted to Redistribute Our Wealth.
Voted not to increase taxes at the 9:00 AM meeting, after the citizens left all voted to increase taxes at 3:00 PM except Jay Bishop.
The Board is being investigated by the Ethics Commission for violating the Open Meetings Law.
The Board held an illegal Rankin County Redistricting Meeting in December of 2012.
Budgeted to spend $21,433,589.00 more than projected revenues over a three year period.
The Board went from $37,062,203 in debt in 2007 to $62,130,052 of debt according to the 2012 audit. Interest on the debt in 2012 was $2,602,376.
Rankin County cannot afford another four years of officials that lie to us, break the rules, put us tens of millions of dollars in debt and spend more of our money than they receive.
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