Paw Paw residents fight subdivision

Paw Paw residents fight subdivision

There are 1 comment on the The Daily Gazette story from Dec 1, 2007, titled Paw Paw residents fight subdivision. In it, The Daily Gazette reports that:

“Contrary to what a lot of people think, residents do not pay for themselves in tax money - for every dollar collected in property taxes, they cost $1.25 or so to the county”

A notice in a small Paw Paw circular this week urged residents of the rural village to attend a Lee County Planning Commission meeting Monday night and ask that a petition allowing an 18-acre, eight-lot housing ... via The Daily Gazette

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“Ron Paul in 08”

Since: Dec 07

United States

#1 Dec 5, 2007
VERY GOOD ARTICAL, Makes one wounder just what the county's real agenda is. What ever its reasoning it sure dose not include the best interest of the people, but then what should we expect Gov. officials almost NEVER (there may be one or two exceptions) put the peoples best interest or God given rights ahead of there never ending quest for more power and to get reelected.

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