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ATTENTION Union County Tax Appraiser's Office

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ACOG

Since: Dec 10

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#1 Jan 3, 2013
In the NGN 1/2/13 The Union County Tax Appraiser's office place a article on page 13A.

"The deadline is April 1,2013 for filing homestead and other specialized exemptions in the Union County Tax Appraiser's Office."

"Please be aware, if you do not apply by April 1st, you will NOT receive exemptions for the upcoming tax bill, NO exceptions."

Susie Phillips you set a precedence in Union County WHEN YOU signed Dinah and Lamar Paris personal residence at 246 Riverbend Rd application and questionaire for current assessment of BONA FIDE AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY. You signed the document on September 30, 2009 and wrote it BEGINS JAN. 1, 2009 Ends Dec. 31, 2018.

Now what did you write in the paper???? "NO EXCEPTIONS" You should have wrote "Unless you are the wife of the commissioner and this is Lamar's personal residence. But the precedence has now been set.

This document can be found in the courthouse Record book 814 page 691-692.

So if you don't make it in by April 1st refer back to this document. You should get the same fair treatment. That's what Union County is all about treating each and every individual citizen the same. NO EXCEPTIONS!

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Go away ACOG

Texarkana, TX

#2 Jan 3, 2013
STFU
Mayor

Toccoa, GA

#3 Jan 3, 2013
Ex deputy.
Language gives them away.
Go away ACOG wrote:
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ACOG

Since: Dec 10

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#4 Jan 3, 2013
Go away ACOG wrote:
STFU
The truth about what goes on in this county sure hits a nerve or two.
Ferd

Dahlonega, GA

#5 Jan 3, 2013
The truth about people who get DUIs and arrested at Walmart sure hits a nerve or two also.
Delmar

Dahlonega, GA

#6 Jan 3, 2013
Ferd wrote:
The truth about people who get DUIs and arrested at Walmart sure hits a nerve or two also.
Yep, them thar people who live in glass houses art not to throw them thar stones.
Dig Deep

Dahlonega, GA

#7 Jan 3, 2013
ACOG wrote:
In the NGN 1/2/13 The Union County Tax Appraiser's office place a article on page 13A.
"The deadline is April 1,2013 for filing homestead and other specialized exemptions in the Union County Tax Appraiser's Office."
"Please be aware, if you do not apply by April 1st, you will NOT receive exemptions for the upcoming tax bill, NO exceptions."
Susie Phillips you set a precedence in Union County WHEN YOU signed Dinah and Lamar Paris personal residence at 246 Riverbend Rd application and questionaire for current assessment of BONA FIDE AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY. You signed the document on September 30, 2009 and wrote it BEGINS JAN. 1, 2009 Ends Dec. 31, 2018.
Now what did you write in the paper???? "NO EXCEPTIONS" You should have wrote "Unless you are the wife of the commissioner and this is Lamar's personal residence. But the precedence has now been set.
This document can be found in the courthouse Record book 814 page 691-692.
So if you don't make it in by April 1st refer back to this document. You should get the same fair treatment. That's what Union County is all about treating each and every individual citizen the same. NO EXCEPTIONS!
I am so glad some one is keeping an eye on this bunch, the whole dang county is crooked
fourmo

Blue Ridge, GA

#9 Jan 3, 2013
Dig Deep wrote:
<quoted text> I am so glad some one is keeping an eye on this bunch, the whole dang county is crooked
Yeah.
Ferd

Dahlonega, GA

#10 Jan 3, 2013
The M0untains V0ice wrote:
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http://tinyurl.com/cttmc6c <<read 12 page pdf report
There was actually a lot more to that story than just Susie bending the rules for the Commisioner Paris and his wife Dinah. Dinah was falsifying tax records, and acreage was being changed in the Tax Assesor's Office. If my math is correct, Lamar & Dinah Paris managed to avoid approximately a $90,000 Basis Property Tax liability by falsifying documents. A 12 Page report that contained all the documents one would assume were necessary to prove illegal hanky panky, and possibly put someone in jail, and get Susie fired was assembled.
~ That report was forwarded to Ms Phillips. No response.
~ That report was forward to the North Ga News. No peep of a story.
~ That report was given to D.A. Langley. That worthess piece of cow pie was completely silent and non-responsive.
If it were my county, I'd be forwarding this PDF link across emails to the entire county. It ain't a sexy criminal violation. But it's got teeth - just like what sank Al Capone. It's falsifying records and tax evasion. It's manipulation of records in the tax assesors office. It's proof of favoritism. It's al lot of things - and all of them proved in the report.
A good D.A. could prosecute this in his sleep. Problem is... Langely isn't a "Good" D.A.
12 Page PDF Report is at this link ~
http://tinyurl.com/cttmc6c
Speaking of people who have been arrested..
Just Plain Dumb

Dahlonega, GA

#11 Jan 3, 2013
Perhaps some of these naysayers should investigate what actually is considered bona fide agricultural property instead of just guessing. Knowledge is a beautiful thing, unless of course it doesn't fit your purpose.
The Band

Toccoa, GA

#12 Jan 3, 2013
Looks like the old band is getting back together. I bet Lamars already singin the blues! Pretty soon it may be the "Jailhouse Rock". Rock on ACOG! Shout it out MV! Where's ole Reb?
UC resident

Texarkana, TX

#13 Jan 3, 2013
Just Plain Dumb wrote:
Perhaps some of these naysayers should investigate what actually is considered bona fide agricultural property instead of just guessing. Knowledge is a beautiful thing, unless of course it doesn't fit your purpose.
You're right on with that comment.

No one pays attention because these people have proven to be complete idiots and ineffective. Moving right along.
Lamar

Commerce, GA

#14 Jan 4, 2013
The Band wrote:
Looks like the old band is getting back together. I bet Lamars already singin the blues! Pretty soon it may be the "Jailhouse Rock". Rock on ACOG! Shout it out MV! Where's ole Reb?
Ugh Ugh Ugh Ugh Ugh now what?
sonny

Commerce, GA

#15 Jan 4, 2013
looks likr Norm woke up also
Just Plain Dumb

Dahlonega, GA

#16 Jan 4, 2013
sonny wrote:
looks likr Norm woke up also
I guess your wife rolled over and woke him up.
Just Plain Dumb

Dahlonega, GA

#17 Jan 4, 2013
On second thought, I doubt Norm is that desperate!
Concerned Citizen

Dahlonega, GA

#18 Jan 4, 2013
ACOG wrote:
In the NGN 1/2/13 The Union County Tax Appraiser's office place a article on page 13A.
"The deadline is April 1,2013 for filing homestead and other specialized exemptions in the Union County Tax Appraiser's Office."
"Please be aware, if you do not apply by April 1st, you will NOT receive exemptions for the upcoming tax bill, NO exceptions."
Susie Phillips you set a precedence in Union County WHEN YOU signed Dinah and Lamar Paris personal residence at 246 Riverbend Rd application and questionaire for current assessment of BONA FIDE AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY. You signed the document on September 30, 2009 and wrote it BEGINS JAN. 1, 2009 Ends Dec. 31, 2018.
Now what did you write in the paper???? "NO EXCEPTIONS" You should have wrote "Unless you are the wife of the commissioner and this is Lamar's personal residence. But the precedence has now been set.
This document can be found in the courthouse Record book 814 page 691-692.
So if you don't make it in by April 1st refer back to this document. You should get the same fair treatment. That's what Union County is all about treating each and every individual citizen the same. NO EXCEPTIONS!
I looked this piece of property up through the county's online mapping system. It certainly appears to me like a good bit of this tract is a large pasture. Just how are you coming up with the deduction that his tract is not "bona fide agricultural property" as you put it?

Is this something you are just using in a political way because the current commissioner owns it, or are there other factors?

Seems to me to be a lot of bullish-ting going on here. How about some real proof that something illegal is going on.
Lamar

Commerce, GA

#19 Jan 4, 2013
Concerned Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
I looked this piece of property up through the county's online mapping system. It certainly appears to me like a good bit of this tract is a large pasture. Just how are you coming up with the deduction that his tract is not "bona fide agricultural property" as you put it?
Is this something you are just using in a political way because the current commissioner owns it, or are there other factors?
Seems to me to be a lot of bullish-ting going on here. How about some real proof that something illegal is going on.
Your a smart guy. I make up the rules and I can make them so that they only apply to me. Now if your were to apply for the same benefits I would hope you are smart enough to realize that the rules would apply differently for you. I have tried many times to make these people understand that. Now if your name is is in a certain little group then the rules would also apply to them as they do to me but you must be in that group. People have been fired from the assessors office for over steping their bounds and trying to tax people in my group.
Duh

Texarkana, TX

#20 Jan 4, 2013
Concerned Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
I looked this piece of property up through the county's online mapping system. It certainly appears to me like a good bit of this tract is a large pasture. Just how are you coming up with the deduction that his tract is not "bona fide agricultural property" as you put it?
Is this something you are just using in a political way because the current commissioner owns it, or are there other factors?
Seems to me to be a lot of bullish-ting going on here. How about some real proof that something illegal is going on.
"Show me the Money", or better yet show some proof of what you say. Like a weblink for the map or something other than your say-so.
Talk about bullish-ting going on here.
citizen

Dahlonega, GA

#21 Jan 4, 2013
Concerned Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
I looked this piece of property up through the county's online mapping system. It certainly appears to me like a good bit of this tract is a large pasture. Just how are you coming up with the deduction that his tract is not "bona fide agricultural property" as you put it?
Is this something you are just using in a political way because the current commissioner owns it, or are there other factors?
Seems to me to be a lot of bullish-ting going on here. How about some real proof that something illegal is going on.
Let's see if you will be the first one to actually show some proof that ACOG and MV is incorrect or just a bunch of high winded, sucking up BS

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