Hello, my sweethearts and sourpusses! How are you? I think we actually had a cool day or two since last we spoke. There will be plenty more of those to come in the days ahead. Ms. Tender Heart Bear told me that she's seen some trees starting to turn color. I'm not as aware of my environment as she is. I'm always focusing on someone else's problems or behavior. It comes with my job. When I do have time to myself, I'm too pooped to pop. All I want to do is lay down and rest.
Sometimes Señor Zanza can't seem to understand my fatigue. He, of course, is tireless. I just want him to know that I love him, but I need more sleep and rest than he does. And certainly more than Junior. He's the only one I know who can tire/stress Señor Zanza. All kids are that way, from the moment they learn to crawl. They'll go at a breakneck speed, and then suddenly fall asleep. Sometimes for near a whole day. And then back up, doing a million things at once. And eating. Always eating. I and/or Señor Zanza seem to spend a lot of time at the supermarket, shopping for food for Junior.
Those two have a vegetable garden out back and I'm currently swamped with tomatoes. But if Junior had to live off of what he grew, he'd starve. Really, it's a matter of inattention. If Señor Zanza didn't do the bulk of the work, that garden would've shriveled up long ago. Is Junior ADD or ADHD or whatever the damn they're calling it now, or is he just a normal teenager? I'd take him to a psychiatrist, but they grab onto clients. If you're visiting a psychiatrist, you are, by definition, mentally ill. I don't know what I'll do. Maybe I'll ask one of my psychic friends to do a reading of Junior for us. I'd be interested in what they'd have to say about him.
The hot item this week is no lying or swearing. I have no idea if who or how this got started. The least successful and most onerous method, is what Opie was hoping for: Milwaukee beer. Good luck.
Thank you all for taking the time to read my blog today. I love attention from readers who think they have everything worked out. Read on.
"Is it your home and private property, or is it the private
ATM of the taxing authorities in The City of Racine? The taxing
authorities include The City of Racine, Racine Unified School District,
Gateway, County of Racine, and State of Wisconsin.
"Property assessment administration is a complex and technical
profession vital to the financial health of local government. Assessors
are responsible for administering the ad valorem tax system, and their
chief task is to identify and appraise all general property in their
ad valorem tax is based on the principle that the amount of tax paid
should depend on the value of property owned. The Assessor’s Department
is entrusted with the responsibility to see that assessed values used
for tax purposes are accurate so that the tax burden will be distributed
fairly. Only if assessed values are correct will tax limits, and the
distribution of state aid to localities be as the legislature intended. "This trust involves the annual evaluation of approximately 27,000
parcels of land, over 25,000 buildings, and over 2,000 plus personal
property accounts, the preparation of the assessment rolls, and
processing of every real estate transaction. Maintaining for each parcel
as regards legal descriptions, ownership, mapping, property data, and
sales data, and the assimilation of new parcels into the assessing
process, are all major functions vital to performance and service. "The basic motivation for revaluation is equity. When a property is
over-appraised, its owners will be paying more than their fair share of
taxes. Under-appraisals contribute to a lower tax base, causing the
community to set higher tax rates. Our goal is to improve appraisal
accuracy by providing a reappraisal, an updating of values for all
properties in our city annually."
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