Rice Street disagreement continues | Authorities and Politics

“Everyone I spoke to said they misrepresented,” he said. “He didn’t give them the information, they had no idea what was going on.”

He said everyone he spoke to was not in favor of renewal.

Kater said it might have been misinterpreted, but he had three men with him on the visits: Jason Harris from Desloge Town and Clay Copeland and John Gross from the county.

One Rice Road resident, Norm Stegall, expressed opposition, saying it was unfair that Kater had multiple witnesses when he did not.

After Jeff Rasnic, a resident of Adams Road, asked if the county owned the property – which the commissioners declared an easement – Jeff Rasnic cited a state law that said the street would be abandoned after five years of inactivity by the public applies and goes back to the adjacent property owners.

Pasternak asked the Commission to repeal the decision to allow the extension of the rice road. The commission said it could not act in the meeting and refused to act in future meetings.

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In other areas, Assessor Dan Ward asked for approval to enter into a contract with a mapping company.

“This is for approval to enter into a contract with SAM, formerly Midland [GIS Solutions], for GIS maintenance, ”he said. “Our mapper will retire on July 1st.

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