JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Jackson County voters will decide if the county’s tax assessor position, should continue to be an elected position, or be filled by the county, next month. In a work-study session in June, county commissioners put the decision to voters. This comes after county officials accused tax assessor David Arrasmith of costing the county nearly half a million dollars in tax money, after the Almeda Fire. His office is accused of failing to correct the errors. Arrasmith apologized and took responsibility. As a result, county commissioners are trying to increase oversight on the position. A measure on the The post Jackson Co. looking to make its Assessor position appointed on Nov. ballot appeared first on KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2.
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Jackson Co. looking to make its Assessor position appointed on Nov. ballot