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  • stdreb27

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    So recently I went to the tax assessors office to discuss some stuff. They'd put up this sign since last year...
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    So, in my extra time I figured I'd stir the pot a bit.

    Besides emailing the elected tax assessor, and each taxing district, the sherif, and the Texas da, who else can I harass?
     

    Byrd666

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    Is than active or open court in that building?

    Reason I ask, is due to having gone through a similar situation at the Midland County Assessors office myself. Though at that office no sign was posted. There just happened to be a Ranger and a Sheriff's Deputy walking by just before I entered and something just made me ask if I was "safe". A "no" was said by both in unison. The reason was an open/active court in the building was what they told me.
     

    stdreb27

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    Is than active or open court in that building?

    Reason I ask, is due to having gone through a similar situation at the Midland County Assessors office myself. Though at that office no sign was posted. There just happened to be a Ranger and a Sheriff's Deputy walking by just before I entered and something just made me ask if I was "safe". A "no" was said by both in unison. The reason was an open/active court in the building was what they told me.

    Nope. The courthouse is across town.
     

    Byrd666

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    The same true in Midland as well. But, there was a courtroom in the building. I asked a security guy about it, and sure enough, there it was. It was around the corner, out of sight, and unmarked until you walked right up to it.
     

    London

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    I've run down this road before. Trust me- they're not going to do anything because there's no punishment for having the sign up and no one wants to be the one who has to take responsibility for scraping off the letters and letting in all the dangerous law-abiding gun owners.
     

    BRD@66

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    Wait! So, if county bureaucrats want to legitimize their 30.06 sign, all they need do is designate a room in the bldg. as a courtroom. Not necessary to actually have court. Heck the janitor could use it for his storage facility.
     

    Big Dipper

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    They may very well have an administrative law judge (or something like that) that comes to that "court" periodically who then rules on appeals of assessment/tax issues or even is the final arbiter of an issue decided by an appeals board that the plaintiff still disagrees with.
     

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