Parker County Commissioner’s Court met for a special session Monday morning.
During that session, the court heard a review of the county judge’s 2016-17 proposed budget, which is a net decrease of $83,455 in total property tax revenue collected compared to the 2015-16 adopted budget.
From Parker County Daily Post, Written by Matthew J. Sanchez, 09/22/15 –
WEATHERFORD – The Parker County Commissioners Court convened in a special meeting on Monday morning. The court met to discuss any and all appropriate actions to be taken in regard to the following lawsuit: Weatherford Texas Hospital Company, LLC and the Parker County Hospital District (plaintiff) vs. Parker County Appraisal District; CV12-1314; CV14-1349; 415th District Court.
The Weatherford Texas Hospital Company challenges the value assessment of its property made by the Parker County Appraisal District for tax years 2012, 2013 and 2014. The hospital alleges that the appraisal district appraised the value of its property in excess of the appraised value required by law.
By Rick Perry – Riley’s claim to be so knowledgeable about Transportation issues is a crock, he sits on the NCTCOG transportation group and is their lackey in Parker County to push Agenda 21 policies…that’s why he pushes Light Rail in Parker County.
He allowed the engineering firm that built the loop to tell him where it needed to be built…instead of building it on the I-20 side of town first where the traffic is…they built from 51 to the Mineral Wells Highway…hey guys…the traffic is on I-20 and that side of town.
From the WeatherfordDemocrat.com, By JUDY SHERIDAN, 09/10/13 –
County Judge Mark Riley
A 3 percent across-the-board pay raise for non-elected county employees appears to be in the offing for the coming fiscal year, according to a salary proposal introduced Friday by Parker County Judge Mark Riley as part of a proposed fiscal year 2013-14 county budget.
The $675,000 salary and benefits package budgeted — pending final court approval – includes $373,600 for insurance and payroll costs and $301,400 for salary adjustments.