Tag Archives: Scotland County Clerk

Court Ruling Raises Voter Registration Concerns

A recent federal court decision regarding Missouri voter registration has made headlines and may be creating unnecessary concerns for Scotland County voters. A federal judge found that the Missouri Department of Revenue violated the National Voter Registration Act, commonly called the “Motor Voter” law, by not providing all Missourians who changed their mailing address on […]

Voters Reminded Last Day to Register to Cast November Election Ballot is October 12th

Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting. – Franklin D. Roosevelt Those words by former President Roosevelt ring true, for those who chose not to vote as well as those who fail to […]

New Ag Productivity Values for Farm Ground Won’t Necessarily Equate to Higher Tax Bills

For the first time in 20 years, Missouri agricultural productivity values have been raised by the Missouri State Tax Commission, meaning assessed valuation of farm ground in Scotland County has gone up just in time for tax season. The productivity values, which had not been changed since 1995, raised from $55 for the top ground, […]

Scotland County’s Taxpayers Close Out 2014 With a Flourish

As the New Year arrives, the Scotland County Collector’s Office will be able to pause and catch its collective breath after the traditional swell of year-end traffic as 2014 came to a close. The majority of Scotland County taxpayers held on to their money as long as they could, before flocking to the collector’s office […]