No clear answers for property owners on watershed district
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