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08/29/2011

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It is worth noting that the Assessor's office has far too many supervisions. My wife left the county over the summer and they had a 1-3 Supervision-Employee ratio. Too many chiefs.

Dooley is a crook of the first order, but we have a lot of morons in Missouri who voted him back into office. It makes you wonder--how do you vote someone back in office who has already contributed to increased taxes on homeowners? They deserve everything Dooley gives to them because they apparently weren't paying attention the first time around.

With all due respect, the people who vote for and against Dooley live exclusively in St. Louis County.

Down here in Greene County, our presiding commissioner, Jim Viebrock, is a Republican who just yesterday decided not to put a sales tax increase on the ballot for a public vote since, although the proper constituencies believed it was ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED, Viebrock knew Greene County voters would reject it.

Frankly, we're keeping a close watch over him to ensure he's not kidnapped and spirited away to St. Louis County.

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