Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Is There a Cabingate in Palin's Future?

On the face of this article put out by the nutroot blogger Mrs. Devon, it seems damning.

This is no different than the Detroit councilwoman, JoAnn Watson who didn't report that a house was on her property.

And only paid $68 a year in taxes..

If the information is true, then Palin needs to correct it.

Moreover, the question on how the Palin's filed out their property tax assessment forms should be looked at to see if the structures or private property were listed.

If they weren't listed, then there could be very serious problems for the Palins.

If they were listed, then the problem falls on the Bourough.


Personal property tax returns shall be filed on or before March 15 of each tax year in accordance with A.S. 29.45.120.

(Ord. 94-001AM, § 4 (part), 1994; Ord. 91-008AM, § 3 (part), 1991)


The assessor, in accordance with A.S. 29.45.130, may make an independent investigation of property listed on a return or of any taxable property on which no return has been filed.

(Ord. 91-008AM, § 3 (part), 1991)

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