Last week’s meeting was postponed when 1,000 angry homeowners tried to attend at Township Hall. ? Tonight’s meeting will be at the Reed School. ?Your township officials say “We feel your pain” and “We are doing the best we can”. ? We disagree.
A. ?CUTTING TAXES IS EASY!?? CUT SPENDING.? EQUALLY DISTRIBUTE BOTH STATE ?PROPERTY TAX RELIEF FUNDS? .
1. ?Pay government employees same pay, benefits, and pensions as people who do same work in private business.
2. ?Demand fewer government employees?more volunteers.
3. ?Repeal/simplify laws that do little good but create unnecessary work, expense, delay, and lawsuits?and government employees.
4. ?Let local officials again choose to hire either union or non-union companies to build and maintain public parks and buildings.
5. ?Get rid of hidden taxes in electric bills for wind, solar, and ?societal benefits?.
6. ?Get rid of expensive ACUA monopoly on trash and recycling
7. ?Get rid of ?Public-Private Partnerships? with tax breaks for insiders. (Like Stockton?s Seaview and other off-campus projects).
8. ?Use insolvency laws to cut old debt.? Avoid new debt.
9. ?Demand equal per capita/per student distribution of State Property Tax Relief funds collected from state income and utility taxes.
10. ?All of the above
B. ?WHY DON?T? POLITICIANS ?DO THIS?
- Unions and insiders with sweetheart, no-bid contracts give most election campaign money.?? Most taxpayers give little or nothing.
- Most winning candidates with time to campaign have high pay/little work political ?jobs or early retirement pensions paid by high taxes.
- Newspapers and TV almost always support more government spending.
- Few taxpayers vote in April school or June primary elections.
C. ?WE CAN CHANGE THIS!
1. ?Learn how constitutional government worked in America for 200 years, and how it can work again.
2, ?Be a candidate who can and will cut spending and taxes?or give your ?time and money to someone else who can and will.
3. ?Hold STATE government officials responsible.? In NJ, Governor, State Senate, and Assembly force local and public school officials to borrow, spend, and tax more.? STATE politicians diverted both state ?property tax relief funds for ?pay to play? vote-buying.
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