Sales Tax Case Decision

It’s time this matter comes to a close. Attend the meeting August 18th to tell the Comissioners it is time to pay up and end the case!

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Today, July 31st., Judge John Kane from Nowata announced his decision. He ruled in favor of Diamond Head, and against the Commissioners.

Most county fire departments had reprentatives in attendance.

Judge Kane ruled for the plaintiffs, and against the county! This means the county must pay back ALL the rural departments ALL the money unlawfully withheld from them since Feburary 2013!

Darrell Moore did a good job as attorney for Diamond Head. ?βœ”

PLEASE JOIN ME at the County Commissioners Meeting next Monday, August 4th at 9:30 am to urge the Commissioners to not appeal. It’s time to bring this bad action by Alva and Darrell to a close. Ryan Ball never supported the change, and I feel that new Commissioner Kevin Whiteside will do the right thing! ?βœ”

If you have any questions, give me a call at 918-373-4055.

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About Judge Gary J Dean

I have practiced law in Pryor (Creek), Oklahoma, since graduation from the Oklahoma University College of Law. I served as a District Court Judge serving Mayes, Rogers, and Craig Counties until my retirement in 2010. Since my retirement I have served as a Mediator, and engaged in the private practice of law. My wife Tracey, and I have both been very active in civic affairs all of our lives. I had to cut back on this activity while on the bench. Tracey is very active in Rotary, and has served as an Assistant District Governor in Rotary International District 6110, and is a Past President of our Pryor club. We are both Rotary Paul Harris Foundation Fellows. I started this Blog because of serious wrongdoing in the community which I see. I would have had to keep quiet on these matters while a Judge. The purpose of this Blog is to provide a forum for discussion of community issues. Comments will remain uncensored, and unedited, except for unreasonably improper language. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. I sincerely hope all enjoy visiting this blog, and that it will provide a good forum for community issues.
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One Response to Sales Tax Case Decision

  1. Had hoped this case, and whether or not to appeal would be on the Commissioner’s Agenda for Monday, but it isn’t. Ryan Ball told me last Monday that they hadn’t heard from their attorney, Assistant DA David Isky.

    Perhaps in another week, but I’m not holding my breath! 😎

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