Wednesday December 17, 2014
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Oh boy, here we go again! A ten-fold increase in that portion of my property taxes made possible by an entity that wasn't created in an election, but supposedly by a petition approved by the County Board of Supervisors and now they have signed a nondisclosure agreement so that the very people expected to pay for improvements on a pipleline that hasn't even begun yet can't be told what we are paying for or why. Yep...clear as mud to me!
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So, Mayor Evans basically said that somebody might buy some land but he can't say who and there is no money yet but maybe someday there might be a sign in the ground somewhere. WOW!
Thank you, Kathie! I guess the voters got who they paid for.
I've reported this to the Chamber on more than one occasion for the past several years and they have chosen not to update their handouts in the Visitor Center.
This is the most adorable picture I've ever seen on your front page. Good job!
Mr. Evans: I'm curious to know what business, organization or other entity should have sponsored a candidate debate? How would they have paid for the venue for a debate, the publicity to promote it, the liability insurance and other associated costs? Who would you have chosen for a moderator?
Almost Shakespearean? Like "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown"? Biblical? As in "For whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap"? Yep. You nailed it this time, Pete!
The end result of the negative campaign signs: 1. They created increased name recognition for the candidates opposing the incumbents. 2. They created community-wide animosity and negativity for HPR . 3. They negated the necessity of purchasing advertising space in the Payson Roundup. Thank you, HPR!
Pardon my ignorance. When one writes under the banner of the Payson Roundup, it is assumed that they are speaking for the newspaper. Perhaps it would be wise to post a disclaimer on the blog that postings do not reflect the views of the ownership, staff or management of the paper.
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