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Now that the Eddy County Commission has granted her up to $20,000 in funds to pay for a lawsuit against none other than itself, Eddy County Assessor Karen Robinson is biding her time as she waits for a ruling.
“All I want to do is get this over with,” Robinson said. “I’m going to go to court. I’m going to state my case and they’ll state theirs. We’ll let the judge decide who’s right and who has broken the law.” … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
Though the lawsuit began earlier this year after Robinson was denied permission to hire a private contractor to audit oil and gas equipment, Robinson claims the tensions between her and the commission began six years ago, around the time she first became Eddy County’s assessor.

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