posted by Jeff L. Thigpen at
What about collecting ad valorem taxes Jeff? Ever heard of the Machinery Act?
By Anonymous, at 8:35 PM
Basically, you arrive at the answer on the post through a process of elimination. No other statute requires a county to perform a local government function, although many statutes authorize counties to engage in such functions. Public enterprise laws, parks and rec. laws, collecting ad valorem taxes, etc are a few examples. For more information, the County and Municipal Government in North Carolina is a good book. Fleming Bell, one of the books editors, refers to ppgs. 12-15 when addressing the question in the post.
By Jeff L. Thigpen, at 6:14 AM
you know know mike was so cheep and so un-dem he did not even show up at the Democratic partys Unity Dinner BUT Crawford did and on top of it Crawford got a $100 ticket not the cheep $45 one! mike did not even show or pay to come! that turn this hard core demo onto a Crawford vote!
By Anonymous, at 2:04 PM
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