Lancaster council takes step toward p...

Lancaster council takes step toward property-tax ballot measure

There are 2 comments on the LancasterEagleGazette story from Jun 13, 2011, titled Lancaster council takes step toward property-tax ballot measure. In it, LancasterEagleGazette reports that:

LANCASTER - City Council cleared the first hurdle toward putting a property tax increase on the November ballot on Monday, passing a resolution that requests from the county auditor a valuation of city property and revenue that could be generated through an increase.

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Will Burns

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jun 14, 2011
Robert Hedges is the only council member who is not a tax and piss away parasite. The other members , including the R.I.N.O.s, have no restraint to their tax, spend , regulate appetites.

I would like to know how much the Engineering Department actually designs versus what is hired out on drain and street projects. My guess is more hired out than in house.

As for Judge Trimmer saying he couldn't comment I suggest he learn to read. Nothing in Ohio law prevents an invitee to an exec session of a council, twp board, et. al. from disclosing everything they said, heard, and observed.

United States

#2 Jun 17, 2011
I see the Lancaster Council, save Robert Hedges, is just like the Columbus Council. Just a bunch of pro tax oxygen thieves.

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