Here’s Commissioner Smith making a decision to give himself and other county officials a raise.
County Commissioner Jim Smith, who won’t write you back or call you, even when you send him proof of double dipping, money missing from the County, County Auditor brings double dipping case to DA, whatever, Jim baby doesn’t care.
He’s in it to give raises to himself and his cronies and never to question any of the idiots, like Cody Blossman, who come in and ask for money for bullshit.
Smith always looks happy, why the hell not, he makes a ton of money being a rubber stamp.
Worthless, good old boy, croney, bullshit artist, worthless, everyone else is “crazy” but him.
Would someone please run against him………come on.
McLennan County Commissioner Jim Smith says he is seeking a second term in office
By KWTX Staff
Published: Oct. 12, 2023 at 5:44 PM CDT
WACO, Texas (KWTX) – McLennan County Precinct 1 Commissioner Jim Smith confirmed to KWTX he intends to run for re-election in his southern McLennan County district, which includes South Waco and the municipalities of Moody, Beverly Hills, Robinson and Bruceville-Eddy.
Although no other candidates have announced plans to challenge the commissioner, Smith told KWTX he believes he will have opponents in the March 2024 Republican primary.
Smith touted himself as a fiscal conservative and says “cutting the tax rate and returning money to the pockets” of county taxpayers is a priority.
According to Smith, since 2020, the commissioners court has attracted nearly $2.3 billion in capital investments, designated more than 5-million square feet in new commercial properties, created more than 3,600 new jobs, and “aided in the retention of more than 4,000 current jobs.”
“No county and the cities within it can survive without a viable infrastructure,” Smith said, adding finding new sources of water is also a priority.
“Our McLennan County Commissioners Court has led the way in improving the quality of drinking water for our citizens and continues to diligently search for new and alternative water sources for (growing communities.)”
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