Several of you have pointed me to today’s Peppard column, wherein he not only calls me his nemesis but also the hole to his doughnut and the Snidely Whiplash to his Dudley Do-Right. It’s all in reference to something I wrote in the “print product,” an important idea for reforming the ad valorem property tax.
I’ve had about enough of Peppard. I take property taxes seriously, as any homeowner should. Maybe Peppard doesn’t own a house. I don’t know. But I’m here to talk about substantive matters and advance a discussion that’s essential to this city’s survival. If all he wants to do is gossip about the rich people he’s met, that’s fine. I find it execrable.
I’ll turn comments on.