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— by mypolson mypolson
Boris, you are a saint. I know, a lot of questions. I listen to your audios (have downloads on phone with ear phone in ear all day), read your postings, etc. Have been working on my mind for quite some time. Have done no paperwork but this is my year to step out and do so.
Something I have been involved with for quite a while here in Mt. involves water rights issues. Involves municipal corporations set up to administer federal irrigation project that deliver water to 130,000 acres for agricultural purposes. I have some of those acres.
That water costs tax $ for administration and for operation and maintenance which the municipal corporation submits to the county for collection on the property tax bill.
The "land owners" were and are also responsible for the construction costs of the project since 1910. Said to have been paid off in 2010 or there abouts.
My question is this; if I were a public official what could I do differently, if anything. Could I as an official "accept" certain negotiable instruments for honor and deposit them so as to eliminate the attachments to the tax bill?
Also, in the deed this water right is spelled out along with a 1st position lien held by the fed govt. If I were to accept this deed for honor and endorse it over would something change as far as the taxing or as far as the enforcement of the delivery of water?
Really appreciate the fact that you are out there and that you have been willing tom put forth your understandings. I am slow but it does sink in and my perspective has been changed forever. Thanks man