You're slipping, the very first post is about a Waterloo audit and I was responding to hear all see all. Besides landfill money wasn't used in the SF budget for 2018 hear all doesn't seem to be able to grasp that.
I know you have a hard time following along so I'll explain it to you.
I responded by saying that residents of SF need to contact the Local Government and School Accountability via:
Phone: (518) 474-4037; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Office of the State Comptroller, Division of Local Government and School Accountability
110 State Street, 12th Floor; Albany, NY 12236
because the audit says Waterloo has inadequate oversight of the Town's financial affairs.
Now, follow along because this is where you got lost. If the comptrollers office is saying Waterloo has inadequate oversight over their budget, what position does that put SF in.
PRIOR TO 2018 SF depended on trash cash to make ends meet. Now that they are not including it in the budget, they are saying they need to raise taxes by $50 a month. This would make SF higher than towns that do not depend on trash cash. If they are not factoring in the trash cash (host agreement cash) the taxes should be it least the same as other communities, not higher. The taxes should have been extremely lower when factoring in the trash cash.
Taxes should not have to go up over $600 per year!!
Do you get it now?
The residents of SF should demand that the comptroller look at their finances to see where this money is going and how/where it is being wasted due to inadequate oversight of their financial affairs.
DO you get it now? ?
Have you been drinking too much leachate????
Have you been sniffing too much CO???