Should the county government use public money to develop the North Spit to facilitate the construction of a private project?
The urban renewal money is corporate welfare, not economic development. In fact, it takes money away from other taxing districts. It is $35 million of the people’s money going to fund a seven billion dollar LNG project. The project will go forward no matter how the vote turns out. Either way, this funding will not be a determining factor for this project, so the voters should repeal this tax and end the debt.
Vote YES to end the corporate welfare.
Vote YES to end the urban renewal tax.
Vote YES for capitalism, not corporatism.
Vote YES to protect private property.
Vote YES to make them pay their fair share.
Voter YES on Measure 6-168!!!
Here is how the question should be on the ballot:
Coos County Press Release ~ Tax Bill in the Mail ~ Tax Repeal on the Ballot
Feel-Good Tax Repeal on the Ballot in Coos County
Coos County Commissioners Approve Tax Free Living in Bay Area Enterprise Zone
Coos County Clerk Certifies Petition to Repeal the North Bay Urban Renewal Plan
Commissioners Cribbins & Sweet Deserve Public Reprimand for Deception
Commissioner's URA Vote Triggers Tax Referendum ~ Meeting on Friday the 13th
Coos County Considering Ordinance to Extend UR Tax Debt March 27, 2018
Board of Commissioners Postpones Vote on Coos County Urban Renewal Agency
Update on The Campaign to Shut Down the Coos County Urban Renewal Agency
Coos County Public Hearing on Extending the Urban Renewal Tax Debt Dec. 13, 2017
The Continuing Saga of the Coos County Urban Renewal Agency
Coos County Board of Commissioners FINAL VOTE on Extending the URA Debt
Information on the Campaign to Shut Down the Coos County Urban Renewal Agency
Coos County Proposed Ordinance Adopting North Bay UR Plan ~ FOREVER
Coos County Commissioners Hearing on Extending the Debt of the North Bay URA
Cribbins & Sweet Utilize Voter Suppression on Urban Renewal Extension