Chicken Little from the finance department loves to tell us how the sky is falling when it comes to raising property taxes and keeping the food tax. The administration hens like to say that the city doesn’t have the resources to help with CLEAN and SAFE housing, food insecurity or child care, but lookie here, almost $1 million towards ‘economic development’ and a reserve fund of almost $80 million last year.

And wait until the announcement on the Riverline tomorrow and the Parks Bonds (that are expected to be between $40-$80 million, not including interest).

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  1. "Woodstock" on February 4, 2024 at 2:44 pm said:

    “‘food insecurity’?”….. “Say, when are we going to get those boutique grocers that we were promised during the 2022 mayoral race?”…. ( ….. “You watch, I bet if we get any, they’ll be in Taupeville and not on North Kiwanis Avenue”….. ) #BoutiqueGrocerMyAss #TaupevilleAlwaysWins(73%)

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