Letter: Vote 'no,' and 'yes' to more information


May 10, 2019

To the editor:

Contrary to what some community members say, community members with different perspectives do support education and advocate “common sense.”

Many community members want to wait until the major risk factor, the energy/utility tax settlements, is resolved. Only then will we know what the overall tax impact will be to residential property taxpayers. Common sense would dictate that we should not increase residential property taxes by hundreds of dollars each year for the next 20 years until this risk factor is determined.

The current referendum will be paid in full in 2022....

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