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SMALL TOWN CRONYISM?
I was self-employed for 30 years in Findlay and I never heard about a tax delay program.
We should ask questions about this program.
Do the businesses pay a fee for use of city money? Without a fee, this program would be a no-interest loan.
We should know who these businesses are. This program sounds too much like small town cronyism.
Do the businesses contribute to political parties? Do the businesses have a common attorney or a common accountant?
Any time public money is used in this manner, the people must be allowed to know how the participants are selected.
I think it would be better to pay a refund to someone than to let them use our money for free.
OFFICIALS NEED TO WORK TOGETHER
Although I missed Findlay City Council’s committee-of-the- whole meeting last Wednesday, I gather from Max Filby’s report that it was a complete breakdown in city governance.
Councilmen walking out, others described it as a “bunch of crap,” and on and on.
The mayor can’t, and won’t, get along with the auditor, and doesn’t want to. Her solution: Hire an “economist” to figure it out.
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