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Atherton parcel tax reduction unlikely

Original post made on Jun 10, 2014

The Atherton City Council is poised to approve a full-rate parcel tax for the 2014-15 fiscal year at its regular meeting later this month, although one councilman argued during a June 4 study session that the rate be reduced 25 percent as a gesture to taxpayers during a period of robust revenue.

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Posted by Liars
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on Jun 10, 2014 at 12:24 pm

Kudos to Bill Widmer for trying to hold Lewis and Wiest to their PROMISE of abating the parcel tax if it proved unnecessary. But since Lewis and Wiest have allegience to the police officer’s union who paid for their campaigns instead of the taxpayers who voted for them, it is sadly doubtful they will ever put the taxpayers first.


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