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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Lane Announces Run for Scott County Assessor

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By Tammy Moore Teague
Waldron native Kimberly Lane is seeking the office of Scott County Assessor. Lane currently serves as Scott County Deputy Assessor.
She holds an Associates Degree in Business Administration and Office Technology from Rich Mountain Community College. Additionally, Lane holds a C.N.A. license, which she keeps up to date. She is the daughter of Wanda Keeling and the late Leon Keeling. Also, she has three children, Dustin, Brook and Michael, and three grandchildren. Her interests include the Fox & Wolf Hunter’s Group, the outdoors and sewing.
“I want to serve the people and do better for the county,” stated Lane. Adding that “I want to promptly help people solve their land issues, be more technology assessable, have an open door policy and to get formal training for the staff.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. The other two candidates are 60+ Jennetta is retired. Terri can retire and has been in office long enough. It’s time to give the jobs to the next generation that need it and deserve it! Why give a 2nd pay check to one that has enough money and should retire and one that is already retired with a good living? Kim Lane will get the job done promptly, and accurately as she has the knowledge and won’t just take the position as an extra pay check or an entitlement.