Huber Heights to not count votes for ...

Huber Heights to not count votes for Issue 8

There are 3 comments on the Dayton Daily News story from Feb 29, 2012, titled Huber Heights to not count votes for Issue 8. In it, Dayton Daily News reports that:

The City Council has eliminated one of two issues from the ballot a week before voters go to the polls on Tuesday.

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No on ISSUE 9

Bedford, OH

#1 Mar 2, 2012
Issue 9 is still on the ballot Huber Heights. Issue 9 is a TAX INCREASE! Which means LESS MONEY IN YOUR WALLET & more in the City's wallet. This proposed increase is for general funds - read the wording of the ballot. The fire fighters, police, and EMS are toying with you, sure, they'll get their EARMARKED portion of the funds but the City is NOT broke - WE THE PEOPLE ARE BROKE! The City's budget is off by approximately 3%- seriously, if they can't cut 3% from the 48 million budget they won't be able to manage additional income appropriately either! VOTE NO on ISSUE 9!

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Mar 3, 2012
Enough is enough! Learn how to budget Huber Heights! City, police, fire, ems! You are not entitled to the citizens money just because you WANT it. Make some serious cuts and stop whining that you just don't have enough - stop spending! It's not that the citizens of huber heightsAARP taxed too little, it's that the public employees of Huber Heights spend TOO much!! Vote no on issue 9!

If they really want to build a better huber they (City) would stop taking the Citizens money! And please don't tell me that 70% will not be paid by those in the community because iwe who live here are not getting a free pass!

Vote no on issue 9 Citizens of Huber Heights.
Vote No Issue 9

Cincinnati, OH

#3 Mar 5, 2012
NO MORE TAXES Huber Heights! Vote NO on Issue 9.

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