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County Supervisor Horsley loves taxes!

Original post made by Jack Hickey, Woodside: Emerald Hills, on May 6, 2014

Don Horsley has never seen a tax he didn't like. Today, it's the $300,000,000 MROSD Bond measure(AA). Don is a signatory to their ballot argument
Web Link.
He is also signatory to the Sequoia Union High School District Bond Measure(A)
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Don loves parcel taxes, sales taxes, etc.
Supervisor Horsley, as a County representative to the Local Agency Formation Commission(LAFC0) of which he is Chair, could bring about the consolidation or dissolution of special districts such as our two Healthcare Districts, the Mosquito Abatement District and the Harbor District. But he won't.
Ask Michael Stogner, Horsley's opponent for Supervisor, what he would do if he were a member of LAFC0.

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Posted by Salary
a resident of another community
on May 6, 2014 at 1:47 pm

And Don just told "the other paper "that he's ready to be honest": he wants his salary. That means, in addition to the enormous police pension he's been collecting from the county, he wants his supervisor salary for a second term. I guess this also implies that he lied to voters when he made the promise the first time.


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