Elected officials shouldn’t be giving themselves raises while citizens suffer.
“It is my hope that by bringing these stories into the public view, other people will take up the cause and contact the governor, lieutenant governor, and their own state legislators.”
A plan is needed for the transition from stay-at-home orders to returning to work and normal activities. There are serious decisions to be made for the future in the shadow of the situation that has been created.
Jumping to this nuclear option now is just not prudent when we have not even given the orders for social distancing time to have an effect.
A proposed $315 million bond would add to the district’s $1 billion debt load, raising the debt per student close to $30,000 and hiking tax bills—even though student enrollment growth is slowing.
It’s time to tell the truth about property taxes.
Corruption cannot be ignored.
With Texas’ 86th Legislative Session now over, the grassroots must now hold our elected officials accountable, focus on our local governments, and get ready for 2020.
“Let the taxpayers speak.”
Summertime is a time when citizens need to be paying attention to their local taxing entities.