Doesn’t any limitation on borough revenues dangerously threaten sufficient money for schools?
That could happen with the passage of Proposition 5. We should listen to thoughtful borough citizens fervently recommending a “no” vote on Proposition 5.
If this proposition were to limit sales tax revenues, a crisis property tax increase could be the only way to prop up such borough operations as school disaster readiness, roads.
If we are to prepare the communities’ children (they are everybody’s future) and guarantee the community we value, then vote “no” on Proposition 5.
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