Get a clue Ron: You just smeared your
ignorance all over the internet. That
is why people like you don't use their
To: Get a clue Ron, It has occurred to me who you are. I am now going to address you as Sweetie. It is just the
opposite of what I usually refer to you as. The water rates are going up too, so you can't use the water meter theory
to discount the fact of mismanagement.
Let's use one of the non-profits meaning
non taxpayers that the City of Eureka has given deferred loans. They own
6 million dollars of property in the
county, mainly in Eureka. The CEO of
this non taxpaying entity, that you say
helps the needy is helping herself to
$90,000 a year. They keep their
"affordable housing" in shambles. But,
recently on the internet I read where
they now have a profit-sharing plan.
How's that for a oxymoron. 2008 they
put $265,000 into the plan. That is if
their tax return is correct. Next, the
MAC, the city is paying just about 50,000 to 55,000 a year in loan payments. Did that come out of another account too. There are enough l/2 houses in the City of Eureka for a population of 280,000. The money that has been wasted in this city could feed a small country.
Well "Get a clue Ron" one million dollars for remodeling city hall. We're
paying interest on that one. 2 million
for unnecessary water meters. What was it 286,000 for a arbitrator for the fire
and police department complaints. Saw
where the city paid over 100,000 for
someone to write a grant request. Saw
where the city paid over 130,000 a couple of years ago for s study so they
could have raises. How many properties
aren't getting any property tax because
the city has given them long term
exclusive rights to bid. The city also
under the guise of redevelopment has
loaned l00,000's of thousands dollars to
non-profits with deferred or amortized
arrangements. None of them pay property
taxes. If this city is broke it is
because of poor management. Helping a
few people with sewage rates shouldn't
be a big deal in a well run city.
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