Sheehan deserves first elected termPublished 8:07pm Saturday, May 31, 2014
Paying taxes can be a nuisance, but take a trip to the Dallas County Tax Assessor’s office and you’ll leave with a clear explanation about the formula that decides the reasoning for the value on your property.
Incumbent tax assessor Weida Sheehan is relatively new to the position, appointed at the start of 2013, but her experience in the tax assessor’s office is extensive — 26 years. She took a position in the office several years after college and eventually became the chief clerk under former assessor Frances Hughes.
Sheehan exudes a passion about her position and explains taxes in an easy to understand manner.
Sheehan says maintaining a positive relationship with the public is among her chief priorities. In her daily work, her friendly demeanor is easily observable.
For her focus on running an efficient office, the Times-Journal believes Sheehan is the best candidate in the 2014 Dallas County Tax Assessor’s race.