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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    GOP Agenda 21 Mayor Endorses $100M Tax Hike On Kent County

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sat Apr 07, 2012 at 10:44:12 AM EST
    Tags: Loss of Sovereignty, Democrats, Agenda 21, Congressional District 1, Derek Bailey, Tribal Values, McDowell, Wildlands Project, EPA, Theft By Prohibition, Republicans, RINOS, George Heartwell, Bill Milliken, League of Conservative Voters, Proprerty Rights, Michigan, Dan Benishek, Dan has my vote (all tags)

    Sunlight is the best disinfectant?  Then let the sun shine, baby...

    GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Calling Grand Rapids Community College "a cornerstone of our community for the past 96 years," Mayor George Heartwell is urging colleagues to pass a resolution of support for a millage that would ensure the school "can continue to serve their growing student population into the next century."

    Rest here

    So, what is the pay and benefit packages for GRCC employees compared to the private sector?  Ya, it's the buildings being neglected in this 'shared sacrifice' equation alright.

    Why 'ol Mayor Heartwell and Chief Walking Eagle would make perfect wealth redistributing bookends, yes?

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    Why is it whenever any politician finds their... (none / 0) (#1)
    by KG One on Sun Apr 08, 2012 at 04:40:46 AM EST
    ...own pet project in financial jeopardy, it's imperative that the producer-class pick up the slack for its poor management?

    Controlling costs?

    Raising tuition?

    Why are those ideas never the first out of the gate?

    Unfortunately, this line of thinking isn't limited to the West-side of the state.

    After successfully cramming a tax down the throats of the three surrounding counties to pay for the Detroit Zoo, the Detroit Institute of Art of getting on the tax bandwagon.

    First, they are expanding their Inside/Out program to get face time in the local papers, then they hit up the county commissions to fleece the taxpayers with a stealth election.

    Now ask yourself this, does anyone who admits their own mismanagement in a local paper even deserve to take someone else's money?

    "Despite the pleasing number of tickets sold, "Rembrandt" -- like almost any big traveling show -- did not make money. Even with what Beal calls "very generous" sponsorship support from the Cracchiolo family of Grosse Pointe, he estimates costs -- including transportation, insurance, publicity and installation -- exceeded revenues by about $500,000.

    "That's why we raise money all the time," Beal says, "and why all museums, no matter how wealthy, raise money all the time -- to finance exhibitions."

    Apparently, Mr. Beal never thought to hike admission to the museum parking prices to pay for his favorite endeavor?

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