WHISTLEGRAM: “Dumbed-Down Voters Day Update”

TODAY IS
FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021
TRUMP’S SIXTY-FIFTH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND THE TRUMPSTER’S GLAD HE DIDN’T USE THE TERM “COONASS” ON THIS DATE LAST YEAR TO IDENTIFY A GEOGRAPHICAL AREA THE WAY ANDERSON TRUSTEE ANDY PAPPAS GOT CALLED OUT FOR DOING ON FACEBOOK

Hopefully, We’re Beginning To Make Some Progress

Yesterday at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about the response to “Dumbed-Down Voters Day” on March 31. “Many Hamilton County Over-taxed Payers didn’t realize they only had until next Wednesday to file their complaints after the Disingenuous D-RAT County Auditor jacked up their Property Values (so they can pay more taxes).

That’s why yesterday we showed our readers where to get the information they needed

Some “Not-So-Dumbed Down Voters” believe “Dumbed-Down Voters Day” should come twice per year, when We The Over-taxed Payers fork over School Taxes buried in their Property Taxes, that too few people are aware of, since details of those taxes are interred with their mortgage payments.

 

That’s why yesterday, we also showed our readers how to find out how much they were already overpaying for School Taxes. 

Not-so-easy-to-solve was the problem for all of those Abutted Anderson Over-taxed Payers on Burney, Sunray, and Wilshire who believe April Fool Day should be “Dumbed-Down Voters Day” especially after they received notice of a “Virtual April Fool’s Day Hearing” to rubber-stamp approval to cut down all those trees for 17 outrageously expensive houses shoehorned onto 4.7 Acres everybody knows has been owned by family members of the Forest Hills School Board.

 

These unfortunate over-taxed payers are obviously at a disadvantage, as they remain uninformed about zoning regulations, leaderless, and disorganized. No wonder our Disingenuous D-RAT County Auditor is smiling, because the proposed development will surely increase the value of their already over-taxed property, at least for additional taxation purposes.

 

These neighboring overtaxed payers need to do three things. (1) Attend the meeting, (2) Have real objections to the development that other neighbors might share, and (3) Have some really good questions for the Zoning Board and Developer, the answers to which could provide real objections to the development.

 

Tune in tomorrow. Hopefully, The Blower’s Snitches are already working on those questions.

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