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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
March 6, 2014 9:15am
 
Franklin..... Engage mind before mouth. What Jay
Pullin tried to pull off was to form a road district
based on the premise that CR331 (he lives on that
road) was an entry road to the Terrace Hill Farm
subdivision. In his proposal, only the residents
from the subdivision would be responsible for the
road district taxes to pay off the bond. All persons
living outside the subdivision would put up a cash
payment. The cash payments proposed were less than
the future tax burden. He could have tried to form a regular road district where all those residing in the district would share in the tax burden. He chose self benefit and imposition of a tax burden on the residents of the subdivision. What a guy ? The effort failed in part because of his under estimation of the cost and never came to a road district formation vote where prospects were slim at best. This does not suggest
that Mr Pullin would not make a fine County Judge.
but the voters have already made their choice. BTW Franklin, there are already several road districts in Wilson county and they are overseen by the Commissioners
court and all residents in those districts pay their
fair share of taxes.
     
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