Clemmons needs to retire

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Jerry Clemmons is the current Bonner County assessor. He seems unresponsive to the citizens of Bonner County, particularly me.

I had appealed my assessment last year on commercial property and lost. So, for the future, I was asking some of the employees of the assessorís office some questions. He informed me that he told his employees not to answer any of my questions. He said any questions had to go through him via a formal request.

So I did that and I got a response from him that he would not answer my questions. He must have forgotten that he works for the citizens of Bonner County. I find him to be completely uncooperative.

It is time for him to retire and get someone in the office that will cooperate to the citizens, not dictate to them.

ROGER GREGORY

Priest River

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