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Baxley Expands on “Mess” of Supervisor of Assessments Office After Board Meeting

It’s been two weeks, only about 10 business days, since Gary Baxley got his hands on the goings on at the White County Supervisor of Assessments Office.  He says he’s had some of the ladies that used to work in the department come back and also a couple new staff.  They include Rachel Hamblin, Teresa Johnson, Sheila Turrentine, Marilyn Bryant.  He told the board at the recent White County Board gathering, he’s finding the former office was behind on some things.

He says everyone in the office is working diligently to get caught up.  He has found the solar platting that he reported was missing to the board and says the office is in the process of catching that up.

Baxley says from the public, what they need at this point is patience as they work to get up to speed and to get work that he says was behind caught up.

Baxley also says tax bills may be a hair late this year while the office works to sort and make progress.

4 comments
  1. Just me
    Just me
    December 15, 2022 at 4:35 pm

    As usual lay the blame on others. Maybe the chosen one doesn’t actually know what he’s doing in that office. Bit off more than he can chew

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  2. FoolasI
    FoolasI
    December 16, 2022 at 12:58 pm

    Wow and y’all elected this idiot? He doesn’t have a clue what he’s talking about

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  3. mary
    mary
    December 16, 2022 at 3:06 pm

    I never got my receipt in the mail where I paid my taxes over the phone…and why does someone have to pay last years taxes on property they didn’t own until a few months ago

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    • Goblin Mode
      Goblin Mode
      December 18, 2022 at 7:16 pm

      There is usually an agreement between parties about who will pay the previous years property tax during the sale of property. The bill may come to the current owner and you may be responsible for reaching out to the previous owner to forward the bill. Check your paper work or contact whomever you did the same through.

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