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Once a prisoner’s information makes it online, interested parties pick potential partners as they would on any other matching site.
There is obviously a sizable market for people who are looking to get involved with men behind bars.
So you meet someone interesting, start dating and then he confesses to you that he has a prison record.
Her opponent, Cindy Roberts, who currently works in the assessor’s office, defends the contract, saying the legal help the county receives is worth the price.
Roberts said the assessor’s office receives many appeals throughout the year that require legal counsel.
“We do need tax attorneys helping us,” Roberts said. We can call them day or night and don’t have to worry about a bill.”Mary Noe, the current county assessor, also justified the contract, which has been a yearly expense for the assessor’s office dating back to 2001.
Noe said Nexus is considered one of the best assessment consultants in the state and said the price tag is very reasonable considering what it does for the county.
For that fee, Noe’s office has unlimited access to two tax attorneys, gets training for her office staff and receives auditing help on the county’s real property and personal property tax abatement, she said.
Noe continued by saying she has always been focused on government efficiency and saving the taxpayers money.
Posing in spruced-up versions of their prison uniforms, prisoners use these sites to sell themselves to potential pen pals and describe the types of people they want to meet.