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tall, thin, and awkwardly built

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tall and thin and having long slender limbs

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That sets up a contest with Anette Spickard, currently deputy to Assessor Jim Gangle, who will retire in 2007 after 18 years in the post.
Gangle, 56, has been with the county for almost 30 years and plans to leave in January 2007, after a successor has been elected.
That will be the big surprise for people this year when they get their tax bills," Gangle said.
The backlog should be gone by mid-2008, Gangle said.
Last year, the commissioners requested that each department cut costs 9 percent, with the assessment and taxation department slashing three full-time positions, Gangle said.
Then Kara lets out a heavy sigh, said Gangle, who serves on Pearl Buck's board of directors and volunteers frequently at the center.
County Assessor Jim Gangle said Hynix would be able to deduct $380,000 annually from its income-tax liability based on property taxes it paid.
The average bill, countywide, for a house assessed at $128,000 is about $2,000, Gangle said.
But the county would tax retirement income common in the private sector - 401(k) plans, employment-related pension plans, personal or real estate investments and other income, Gangle said.
The county's assessment and taxation department - ranked dead last in Oregon for tax collection last year by the state Department of Revenue - met its goal in July for a 20 percent reduction in the backlog, Gangle said.
This leaves the race where we found it - with three strong candidates seeking to replace Jim Gangle, who will retire after five four-year terms.
At the outset, the race to replace retiring Lane County Assessor Jim Gangle looked like an easy call.
Spickard received $440 from the Committee to Elect Jim Gangle and $120 from Gangle himself.
The tax errors are coming to light because the county assessment and taxation department finally has the staff to re-evaluate neighborhoods, Assessor Jim Gangle said.