November 9, 2017
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Next week, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors will consider joining a class action suit brought against the federal government by Kane County, Utah, demanding repayment of taxes owed from mineral rights on state’s lands under the jurisdiction of the U.S. government.
Here are five items of interest on the agenda for the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St
In response to Rants and Raves alleging that Griffith Energy is somehow responsible for the drought in the southwest, I have to strongly disagree. Extensive tests were conducted before Griffith came to Mohave County to verify the amount of water in the lower Sacramento Basin.
Johnson, representing the Lake Havasu City area, is known as a cantankerous supervisor who likes to vote against anything he considers a waste of taxpayers’ money.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of municipalities will join the lawsuit.
Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has been pushing for a “zero-based budget” for three years now, and the Board of Supervisors has chosen Development Services as the test department.
Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has voted against funding for libraries and parks in the past, and on Monday he took a stance against improving county roads.
Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson is calling for better accounting of expenses for a county park.