Property Valuation Administration…

May 6th, 2015 - 12:12 pm KY Time

Howllo Fellow Basset Hound and interesting find lovers.  I routinely check my county’s Property Valuation Administration website to make sure bassethoundtown is reported accurately.

They update the pictures on occasion and I see where they have updated bassethoundtown.  Wow, it looks like we live in the forest section of our town.


OK – Look closer…Is the Mayor surveying her domain?


It appears she is looking right at the photographer!  Mayor Daisy Lynn Rudert on the job, ever watchful over all of the residents!

More fascinating facts later…Cat, Daisy Lynn, (Chaps and Emma ATB ever watchful over all of the rainbow bridge hounds…)



  1. karen mcdonough
    May 7th, 2015 | 6:34 am

    Cat, Your home is just beautiful! What type bush is that in the front? It is so pretty!

  2. Maureen Halleran
    May 7th, 2015 | 10:02 am

    You have a lovely home Cathy, and I especially love your garden.

  3. Cat
    May 7th, 2015 | 7:26 pm

    You mean that weeping evergreen? My Mom and I call it the bridal veil but it is actually called…

    Cedrus atlantica glauca ‘Pendula’

    (Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar)

    * Full Sun — Part shade * Zones 5-9 * 15′ tall * 12′ wide

    A Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar !

    Twisting and turning branches!

    Cedrus atlantica glauca ‘Pendula’ The popular Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar is a dramatic, pyramidal tree with clusters of short, somewhat-stiff, frosty, silver-blue needles. Uniformly stiff, ascending main branches with spreading branchlets give the tree a full, but open, look. In old age, elegant specimens get broader and develop a flat-topped form. Tight, stubby seed cones mature in two years.

  4. Judy, Bumper & Abby
    May 7th, 2015 | 9:24 pm

    Oh great! Usually when new pictures appear we get a higher assessment and more taxes!! It never ends!!

  5. karen mcdonough
    May 8th, 2015 | 7:31 am

    WOW! That was sure a mouthful! I wish my bushes would grow that beautifully! This past winter really did a job on the shrubs we have in front of our home. All the snow had to be raked off the roof, and of coarse it crushed and snapped a lot of the branches. Oh well. You gotta love that New England weather!
    We have had some wonderful weather this past week or so. Temps up in the 70’s and even in the 80’s a few days! Looks like we just skipped right over spring and went directly to summer! Wish we could skip right over the pollen season too. Allergy sufferers are really suffering up here.
    Have a wonderful Mother”s Day with your Mom, and of course Miss Daisy Lynn!

  6. Cat
    May 8th, 2015 | 10:31 am

    I noticed Judy that they get the best angle and make it look like it justifies the higher tax hike! LOL

  7. Cat
    May 8th, 2015 | 10:36 am

    Karen – My Dad did all of the planting and landscape design. He had such an eye for that and I was continually amazed at what he came up with. I am so happy to enjoy it now that he is gone. Makes it seem like he is still here. We lost his stunning Magnolia a few winters ago and my gardener who is soooooooooooooo good is keeping an eye on it to see if it might come back. The winters are getting so hard on the plants. Daisy Lynn and I both have watering eyes! You have wonderful Mother’s day as well.

  8. Cindy, Oz, Harriet and (Rugs and Jethro ATB)
    May 8th, 2015 | 3:11 pm

    Yes, beautiful yard, indeed. Don’t even get me started on property taxes. They are too high here in Texas.

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