Special “Angry Andersonian” E-dition

Trump’s 1,008th Day In Office

Yesterday at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane why so many of the “Suburban References” in The Blower were about Anderson Township, which claims to be conveniently located less than 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, with superior neighborhoods, excellent schools, preserved green spaces, and diverse park and recreational offerings that make this community unique. It’s also easily accessible to the Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, 25 minutes away (but only seven minutes away if Kane’s Good Friend, Fellow Anderson Resident/ Revered Former Congressman Bob McEwen is doing the driving.)

“Soreheads in the Suburbs are pretty much the same in Anderson as they are in Greed or Sycamoron Township or in faraway Suburban Oshkosh, wherever the hell that is,” Kane explained. “Folks hereabouts have the same problems, the same RINO politicians and School Board Candidates who publicly support humongous school tax hikes along with County Over-Taxed Payers’ Support for the City-Owned Union Terminal, a nearby poorly-managed urban area like Cincinnati to make fun of, and even some of those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put Obama In The White House—Twice as neighbors, although thankfully not so many.” 

 NOW FOR 78% OF OUR RESIDENTS WITH NO CHILDREN IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, folks at Anderson Apocalypse say Anderson’s Average $200,000 over-taxed homeowner is already paying $2,401 in school taxes every year, and the district now wants him to pay another $328.

 Too many people pay their property taxes through escrow, so they’re not paying attention.  That’s the sinister thing about real estate taxes, that Tax-and-Spenders on School Boards are counting on.  

To see how much it would cost you, go to the Auditor’s Web Site Here (http://www.hamiltoncountyauditor.org/), Click on the “Property Search” box on the left near the top, Click on “Owner” or “Street Address” to find your property, Click on “Levy Info” and you’ll see how much This Tax Increase will cost you. Then go to your Summary Page and Click on “Taxes Paid” to see the amount of School Taxes