Cecil Co. Young Republicans: Cecil Co. Budget — Remember Last May

Here’s a brief clip from a post on the Cecil Co. Young Republican Club examining tax increases in Cecil Co. in the recent past.  We’ve clipped a brief part of it here.  Click on the link at the bottom to go to the full article.

From Cecil Co. Young Republicans  —–

All 5 Cecil County Commissioners voted for higher taxes and increased spending for the FY 2010 budget adopted in the spring of 2009, what will they do this year? To find out, let’s take a look at recent history.

[Cecil Co. Young Republican site includes minutes and audio from meetings in this section]

The list goes on and on, but a simple fact remains the same: in Cecil County our elected officials lack the will power to hold the line on taxes.

Starting in January 2010, the Cecil County Commissioners will engage in another budget cycle where they will make further decisions about how to spend public money in Cecil County. They will deal with issues related to falling revenues and increased budget demands. They will deal with maintenance of effort mandates handed down from the state that apply not only to education, but other fiscal obligations that county government is expected to cover.

Citizens must engage in budget hearings, propose recommendations, and apply constant pressure on the County Commissioners to get the job done on taxes.

Click here to go to full piece on Cecil Co. Young Republican blog, which has details, including audio and minutes from the minutes.

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Various Republican stakeholders have examined this subject in posts since the last tax cycle.  Here are a few additional links to the subject





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