Angry residents convince Palm Coast l...

Angry residents convince Palm Coast leaders to back off stormwater fee

There are 1 comment on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Jun 5, 2012, titled Angry residents convince Palm Coast leaders to back off stormwater fee. In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

The City Council on Tuesday night backed away from a 6 percent franchise fee on electric bills to pay for its stormwater system in the face of a flood of opposition form about 100 angry residents who packed the meeting.

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Plano, TX

#1 Jun 6, 2012
Dennis McDonald, a resident and candidate for the District 2 County Commission seat, warned that residents would respond to a franchise fee by collecting enough signatures to put a referendum on the ballot to change the structure of the council. McDonald vowed they would compress the mayor and city manager's position into a single position of a working mayor who would hopefully have to run for election once every two years

amen to this

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