Good srticke in washington post
This is a disturbing trend which I just read in the Washington Post. Analysts have reviewed millions of assessments and reached the conclusion that lower priced houses are over assessed resulting in disproportionately high taxes. This occurs because the lower priced houses are often in below average condition which would result in a low sales price. Assessors don’t usually see this because they usually don’t go inside the house. A weird set of circumstances. Written by Paul Dribin
A well deserved criticism from Washington Post
This makes so much sense. Diversion rather than criminal charges for non violent offenders. Written by Paul Drib
From Washington Post. The author argues that moderation has failed. Written by Paul Dribin
An editorial from the Washington Post. It is interesting that responsibility for affordable housing will be placed in a revamped FHA.
I read an article in the Washington Post over the weekend which provided data that poverty is increasing faster in the suburbs than in central cities. I have heard reports of this nature for some time. Maybe this will make suburban voters a little more sensitive to the concerns of their counterparts in the city. Written by Paul Dribin