Latest "education" piece mailed by the city.
2. What was the cost of its design and printing?
3. Cost of postage?
4. Under whose authority was it done? City manager? The Commission Trio?
5. This publication was kept under wraps and even some commissioners were not told about it until last Friday after it was finalized and ready to be mailed.
6. The city was scared to death that ignorant people would not flip their ballot to the last page and vote. They had to educate us with taxpayer money.
For this reason alone, it is good enough reason for me to vote NO. It should be good enough reason for you as well.
No transparency, only city propaganda at your expense. The city should have waited on this bond to see if the 1 cent county sales tax passed. If that passes, we get $2 mil a year for ten years. Thrown in with our new budget of $1 mil for road maintenance, it would not have put every property owner in debt for 30 years and we wouldn't have to pay all that interest on the loan.
Early voting starts on Monday.