AND Check this out – they are up for re-election this year!
People should be warehoused and crammed into an over developed community. http://bit.ly/1sv0cKp and http://bit.ly/1KfeoOO
See what Sterling Heights is up to http://bit.ly/1Vu2g0C
Taxing the people for nice things to have but unnecessary things such as a Civic Center will bring young people to the community and no one will move out even though our assessments are going up and bonding will cost more because our bond rating has been lowered.
Getting taxpayers to vote yes on a millage for roads and then giving them 10’ wide sidewalks on Dodge Park so people can walk and ride their bicycles to city hall is a good use of our tax $$$$. http://bit.ly/23W30M6
Receiving ‘LARGE’ donations from businesses that want to bid on contracts with the city and then to keep rebidding the contracts until the highest donor wins is OK! Put council persons name in and check out who gave them money: http://bit.ly/1EUrChm
Smaller footprint may be better this time…
“Visions of four metro Detroit counties joined by one regional transit system may be in for something of a revision.”
Read More at the Detroit Free Press.
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Read a great article from the Daily Signal answering the question of “Who pay the most taxes in America”.
“Politicians exploit public ignorance. Few areas of public ignorance provide as many opportunities for political demagoguery as taxation.
Today some politicians argue that the rich must pay their fair share and label the proposed changes in tax law as tax cuts for the rich.
Let’s look at who pays what, with an eye toward attempting to answer this question: Are the rich paying their fair share?”
Read more at the Daily Signal…
Welcome to the new Macomb County Taxpayers Association (MCTA) web site. The purpose of the MCTA is outlined below.
1. To provide an opportunity for all citizens of Macomb County to
participate in tax-fighting and elections of fiscally conservative people to
2. To make available to the residents of Macomb County any information
at the disposal of MCTA that may affect the fiscal future of Macomb
County, local communities, schools, state and federal and their pocket
3. To promote and work for the best possible government for the people
of Macomb County.
4 To perform any and all other duties allowed by law to benefit the welfare
of the taxpayers and other residents of Macomb County and to conduct
political affairs and business of the Macomb County Taxpayers
5. To establish a system to groom candidates to fill offices in Macomb