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Parker County Tax-Assessor Collector

May 3, 2012 by Editor

On March the 9th, 2012 I attended the Millsap Candidate Forum, I was appalled by Larry Lippincott’s speech stating that the $1.5 million dollar lawsuit had been dismissed.

I guess you could say he stood in front of all the Parker County Residents and flat out LIED.

The lawsuit Larry Lippincott refers to was CIVIL ACTION NO. 4:06-CV -094-Y, filed in the Unites States District Court For The Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division. The lawsuit was not dismissed, but settled out of court for an undetermined amount in November 2008.
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Lippincott Lawsuit

May 3, 2012 by Editor

I attended the March 9th Parker County Candidate Forum at the Millsap Community Center.

I am concerned with the lies that Larry Lippincott informed the voters of Parker County and I am here to set the record straight with facts.

My name is Pam Hardy. I worked for Mrs. King for three years prior to Larry Lippincott taking over in 2000.

During Lippincott’s first week in office, I was appointed as his Bookkeeper (since he fired the previous bookkeeper before taking office on Jan. 1, 2000) then later on I was promoted to his Chief Deputy/Deputy in Charge of Countywide Operations.

Mr. Lippincott informed the voters at the Candidate Forum that Marjorie King was behind the whole lawsuit of Pam Hardy and Kaye Rohus vs. Parker County/Larry Lippincott. This is a total lie!
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Sports Calendar

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Tuesday, April 29

  • Aledo Girls Golf will compete in the State Tournament at Onion Creek GC in Austin.

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