Letter to the Editor

Trash tax

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

I urge all citizens of Carroll County to contact their elected officials.

Dear Justice of Peace of the Quorum Court of Carroll County, Arkansas on this day, March 1, 2018.

I request each and everyone on the Quorum Court their immediate attention to seek to “Draft a Resolution” as demonstrated by example: Quorum Court, Boone County, Arkansas February 2018 as noted in the Secure Arkansas news alert: “Extortion in Arkansas Part Two (Trash Tax)

Entitled “A Resolution expressing disapproval concerning the Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District Fee / Assessment on Carroll County Property Owners : Residence and Business Parcel.”

To proceed at next upcoming meeting at 5 p.m. March 19, 2018 Carroll County Quorum Court a “resolution.” You, the Justice of Peace represent the Carroll County Citizens whom voted you into office.

The citizens whom own real property are afflicted by this judgement passed down by Circuit Court of Pulaski County, Arkansas, on 21st day of April, 2017.

It is an “unfair and uncalled for taxation without service” on the citizens to re-pay the debt to the bondholders: Bank of the Ozarks; as trustee; following the “default of Nabors Landfill in Baxter County, Arkansas, by the directors of the Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District in 2012.”

As the Carroll County Assessor/Tax Collector offices are providing a “little piece of paper,” as in my opinion it is a “disclaimer” in reference to the $180 Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District fee.  Prepared by County of Carroll.

This action in my opinion, is “Like kicking the can down the road again and again.”


Lisa Price-Backs