No clear an­swers for prop­erty own­ers on water­shed district

Maryland Independent - - Community Forum -

The Water­shed Con­ser­va­tion District zon­ing is an is­sue of due process. The pro­mot­ers of zon­ing changes don’t be­lieve in due process. In the Jan. 4 Mary­land In­de­pen­dent, [Charles County Ad­min­is­tra­tor] Mr. [Michael] Malli­noff and his as­so­ci­ates have been quoted as fol­lows: 1) Too early to tell. 2) Hard to say. 3) Some change to value of prop­erty. 4) No de­ter­mi­na­tion made. 5) Does not mean any ef­fect will be neg­a­tive.

6) I’m not aware of any of the places of a ma­jor im­pact of the taxes.

7) That will be dif­fi­cult to pre­dict.

Th­ese types of re­sponses by peo­ple who make more than $100,000 a year paid by us and se­lected by Demo­cratic county com­mis­sion­ers con­cern me.

Zon­ing changes to 9,489 Charles County prop­er­ties should not have a cloud placed upon them. Each prop­erty owner is en­ti­tled to due process. What­ever way you vote, you have placed a cloud on the prop­erty and not treated the county tax­pay­ers with dig­nity and re­spect.

Lastly, this en­tire sit­u­a­tion is like Nancy Pelosi say­ing to her Demo­crat as­so­ci­ates re­gard­ing the Oba­macare vote, “Pass it now and read it later.” Jerry Feith, White Plains

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