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The Lexington Leader

Chief Appraiser
Lee County Appraisal District

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Amelia Stayton

- The Lee County Appraisal District Board met on Friday, November 5, 2004 in a meeting that started at 9 a.m. with public input, then went directly into Executive Session that lasted almost seven hours.This meeting was a result of the regularly scheduled meeting held the week before in which the board unexpectedly fired Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton, the Board Chairman Dorothy Brademan resigned and Administrative Assistant Penney Oppermann gave verbal notice of her intent to resign.
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The reason for the November 5 meeting was to formally terminate Stayton because her termination in the previous meeting had not been listed on the agenda.
The only item that was handled before the board went into Executive Session was public input.Stayton and several employees of the Lee County Appraisal District spoke.Lynette Green, Deputy Chief Appraiser, Cheryl Jurk, Appraiser, and Penney Oppermann spoke in support of Stayton and against the manner in which the Board handled her termination.
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Stayton said, "I want my dismissal to be held in a public meeting as opposed to an Executive Session and I want to know the reason for my termination."At that point, the Board's attorney suggested to Doug Spacek, acting Chairman of the Appraisal Board, that they go into Executive Session for attorney advice before going into public session to handle the termination of Stayton.
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Prior to the vote, an amendment was offered by Fred Jones, which would have placed Stayton on probation for six months, with monthly reporting to the Board being required on (unspecified) job duties and requirements.
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Stayton also pointed out that the newly selected Chief Appraiser was hired at a salary of $50,000 per year while her (Stayton's) salary was $48,000.
Her written statement regarding her actions after the Lee County Appraisal District Board of Directors' meeting on November 5 at approximately 3 p.m. is as follows:


Lee County Appraisal District

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Amelia S Stayton Chief Appraiser amelias@bluebon.net


- Last Wednesday, October 27, in ...

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- Last Wednesday, October 27, in a regularly scheduled meeting, Lee County Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton was terminated by the Lee County Appraisal Board.

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A meeting has been scheduled for this Friday, November 5, at the Lee County Courthouse, at 9 am, Item 3 on their agenda says, "Deliberation of the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee, including but not limited to the Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton, the Deputy Chief Appraiser, the Interim Chief Appraiser and the Board of Directors.
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In open session, the board voted 3-1 to terminate Chief Appraiser, Amelia Stayton.Ms. Stayton was hired by the district in February 2003.
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"The board has called a special meeting in order to further address the termination of Ms. Stayton and take other actions that are necessary to continue the smooth operation of the district.
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Stayton said at that time, "The State of Texas has demanded that I bring property values in Lee County up to current sales prices."
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The last two Chief Appraisers, including Stayton, served less than two years each.


The Lexington Leader, Newspaper for Lexington, Texas with Lexington Texas real estate, antiques, news, and entertainment

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- Last Wednesday, October 27, in a regularly scheduled meeting, Lee County Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton was terminated by the Lee County Appraisal Board.

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A meeting has been scheduled for this Friday, November 5, at the Lee County Courthouse, at 9 am, Item 3 on their agenda says, "Deliberation of the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee, including but not limited to the Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton, the Deputy Chief Appraiser, the Interim Chief Appraiser and the Board of Directors.
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In open session, the board voted 3-1 to terminate Chief Appraiser, Amelia Stayton.Ms. Stayton was hired by the district in February 2003.
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"The board has called a special meeting in order to further address the termination of Ms. Stayton and take other actions that are necessary to continue the smooth operation of the district.
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Stayton said at that time, "The State of Texas has demanded that I bring property values in Lee County up to current sales prices."
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The last two Chief Appraisers, including Stayton, served less than two years each.


The Lexington Leader, Newspaper for Lexington, Texas with Lexington Texas real estate, antiques, news, and entertainment

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In other action, the Commissioners voted not to veto action taken on November 5th by the Lee County Appraisal Board when they fired Chief Appraiser Amelia Stayton.The Commissioners were responding to a request made by Stayton in which she had asked them to rescind the Board's actions.

The Commissioners also voted not to recall their Appraisal Board member Billy Buetow, as had been requested by Stayton.

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