If those city council persons who voted Yea on this increase in property taxes think they are going to get a free ride in their next elections, they had better plan on retiring. We will remember those who voted for the tax increase as well as those who have been spending our money like it was water flowing over a dam, and vote them out of office.

As Tea Party members, we do need to consider recruiting candidates who will vote to rescind these tax increases as well as the run away expenses we have been incurring the past few years. We need to keep those Council members who voted against the tax increases and get rid of those who voted for it.

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Comment by Jason Fischer on September 30, 2010 at 8:52am
The Rate Increase: Setting Jacksonville's property tax rate at 10.0353 mills, an 8 percent increase from the current year:

Yes:
D. Brown
R. Brown
Corrigan
Fussell
Gaffney
Hyde
Jones
Joost
Shad
Webb

No:
Bishop
Clark
Crescimbeni
Holt
Johnson
Lee
Redman
Yarborough



On The City Budget: Approving the city's roughly $1 billion general fund budget:

Yes:
D. Brown
R. Brown
Corrigan
Fussell
Gaffney
Holt
Hyde
Jones
Joost
Shad
Webb

No:
Bishop
Clark
Crescimbeni
Johnson
Lee
Redman
Yarborough

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