STOP THE LIES!
WHAT ARE THEY REALLY GOING TO DO WITH THE MONEY?
“Safer Neighborhoods Initiative: To make neighborhoods safer by restoring police patrols, crime prevention, gang suppression and youth development efforts; removing tagging; reducing nuisance properties; strengthening fire/emergency services; increasing neighborhood collaboration; and maintaining other general city services, shall the City of Modesto enact a 1/2 percent general sales tax that cannot be taken by the State, expires in 8 years, and requires annual audits, reports by a citizen oversight board, and all funds be spent in Modesto?”
Judge Mayhew schedules an August 21ST. hearing on the lawsuit brought by the Stanislaus County Taxpayers Association and Dave Thomas.
The lawsuit may be well-meaning, or merely a distraction from discussing the real issues and concerns the sales tax creates.
It is obvious that the “Safer Neighborhoods Initiative” is a city Council proposal that is written in such a way as to enhance the chance it could be passed.
No matter what Judge Mayhew may rule.
The ballot is not intended to educate the people on Measure G , which is allowed by law.
The ballot fails to mention that they will use the money for rising pension costs.
Carmen Sabatino has formed a “NO ON G” committee that calls on the city Council to---“STOP THE LIES! “
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