Letter to the editor: No on ballot issue 4C

Posted 10/29/20

No on ballot issue 4C Readers should be aware that this is not a temporary tax increase that will expire when the pandemic ends, or when a bond issue has been paid off. This is a permanent tax …

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Letter to the editor: No on ballot issue 4C

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No on ballot issue 4C

Readers should be aware that this is not a temporary tax increase that will expire when the pandemic ends, or when a bond issue has been paid off. This is a permanent tax increase that actually increases itself every year. Guaranteeing increased revenue for years in advance is a sure way to make sure costs will respond likewise. Paraphrasing Parkinson, “expenses will always rise to meet revenues”. Everyone is cutting back, LPS needs to do likewise.

Norm Olsen

Littleton

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