Millcreek Township Tax Bill
Westbury Mom

Erie, PA

#21 Mar 6, 2014
Dark Lord of Fees wrote:
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Sweet Jesus! McGrath hath sinned!
He certainly has.
The Devil

Erie, PA

#22 Mar 6, 2014
McGrath is not ashamed of being a lifetime politician because he was a lowly smuck in the streets department. Township employees all vote for him because they want to keep their jobs.
Subdivison Sally

Erie, PA

#23 Mar 6, 2014
We just moved here last year and we could tell immediately that McGrath was a sly politician who had his own interests in mind. How did he get elected so many times?
Brian McGrath

Erie, PA

#24 Mar 7, 2014
Subdivison Sally wrote:
We just moved here last year and we could tell immediately that McGrath was a sly politician who had his own interests in mind. How did he get elected so many times?
My fans elect me I am a legend.
Millcreek Homeowners Ass

Erie, PA

#25 Mar 10, 2014
High Taxes and the worst roads in the county, thanks McGrath.
Millcreek Dog

Erie, PA

#26 Mar 11, 2014
I just looked at my township tax bill and compared it to last year,$250 more for what????
Forest Hills Frank

Erie, PA

#27 Mar 12, 2014
Millcreek Dog wrote:
I just looked at my township tax bill and compared it to last year,$250 more for what????
Sad isn't it? If they don't address police spending it will get worse.
Citizen of Millcreek

Erie, PA

#28 Mar 13, 2014
The water authority sale money better not be spent on the golf course or other wasteful projects
millcreek molly

Erie, PA

#29 Mar 14, 2014
Citizen of Millcreek wrote:
The water authority sale money better not be spent on the golf course or other wasteful projects
They will need the profit to pay for Obamacare for employees.
Obama

Erie, PA

#30 Mar 15, 2014
Bend over Molly.
Citizen of Millcreek

Erie, PA

#31 Mar 15, 2014
Obama wrote:
Bend over Molly.
The taxpayer can only bend so far.
jack

Erie, PA

#32 Mar 15, 2014
Citizen of Millcreek wrote:
The water authority sale money better not be spent on the golf course or other wasteful projects
wait until you see your bill go up just like the city's did after the water dept was "sold".

the $ you're referring to is long gone.
Citizen of Millcreek

Erie, PA

#33 Mar 16, 2014
jack wrote:
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wait until you see your bill go up just like the city's did after the water dept was "sold".
the $ you're referring to is long gone.
The supervisors are negotiating these points now with the Erie Authority and should have the Millcreek taxpayer's interest in mind.
Sam Colt

Erie, PA

#34 Mar 16, 2014
Carol wrote:
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Why don't you move to Harborcreek then? I hear they have a Panera Bread AND and Bob Evans.
Run like a business? LOL. What business has an outside entity pay for its operating costs like Harborcreek does with its police protection? Too bad people have to die in fires in Harborcreek in exchange for the gloating about its taxation rate.
When the other shoe drops at GE, Harborcreek will become a white slum.
Keep in mind that Lou Aliota saved the Millcreek taxpayers $100 when he exposed the corruption of the Millcreek school board.
4100
Lou Aliotta

Erie, PA

#35 Mar 16, 2014
Sam Colt wrote:
<quoted text>Keep in mind that Lou Aliota saved the Millcreek taxpayers $100 when he exposed the corruption of the Millcreek school board.
4100
I am for the little guy.

GOD BLESS AMERICA
Watching

Erie, PA

#36 Mar 16, 2014
When posts are made a couple of minutes apart in succession, it's easy to see that "Citizen of Millcreek", "Father Gino Saducci" and "Lou Aliota" are the same person. Kinda schizoid to talk with yourself like that and only goes to show that the NNM crowd continues to dwindle away, as it should.
It's just like Lou to try to take credit for things he had little or nothing to do with as the petty hanger-on that he is. The school board has never been "exposed" as "corrupt"; the superintendent lied and used bad fiscal practices. The board is, tho, guilty of buying into his pipe dreams.
And how many tens of thousands of dollars now of taxpayer money has Lou wasted with his pointless Right to Know requests of stuff that is already available to the public? Apparently he just isn't smart enough to figure out how to get it himself and uses our money to do the legwork for a witch hunt that in the end will be no more of consequence than he is. Stop wasting our money!
The other Lou

Erie, PA

#37 Mar 16, 2014
Watching wrote:
When posts are made a couple of minutes apart in succession, it's easy to see that "Citizen of Millcreek", "Father Gino Saducci" and "Lou Aliota" are the same person. Kinda schizoid to talk with yourself like that and only goes to show that the NNM crowd continues to dwindle away, as it should.
It's just like Lou to try to take credit for things he had little or nothing to do with as the petty hanger-on that he is. The school board has never been "exposed" as "corrupt"; the superintendent lied and used bad fiscal practices. The board is, tho, guilty of buying into his pipe dreams.
And how many tens of thousands of dollars now of taxpayer money has Lou wasted with his pointless Right to Know requests of stuff that is already available to the public? Apparently he just isn't smart enough to figure out how to get it himself and uses our money to do the legwork for a witch hunt that in the end will be no more of consequence than he is. Stop wasting our money!
Your hilarious but wrong.
Watching

Erie, PA

#38 Mar 16, 2014
It's "you're". You are a very slow learner.
jack

Erie, PA

#39 Mar 16, 2014
Citizen of Millcreek wrote:
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The supervisors are negotiating these points now with the Erie Authority and should have the Millcreek taxpayer's interest in mind.
I doubt that they can do anything about rate increases after the horse is out of the barn.

I seriously doubt the water authority would be dictated to either. They no longer give you any grace period if your bill is late. Pay up or get shut off. That is why tying the garbage bill to water is the best idea. Pay up, or no water to flush! We all have to pay more now so these lowlife's can use the crapper.

I hope for millcreek's sake they use that money sensibly. Otherwise expect yet another tax hike
The citizens of millcreek should demand to know how the money is being spent, down to the last dime. Demand accountability and follow through. It is the only way..
how about

Hilliard, OH

#40 Mar 16, 2014
I agree....and I encourage you to have a voice in the matter...for way too long, citizens did not have a unified voice of the masses...now we do....join CCOM, ask your questions directly to the elected officials and voice your view....there is 55,000 residents in Millcreek...only 3 supervisors for now and 9 board members....

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