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Tag: Rose Bogaert
Taxpayer advocate Rose Bogaert sums up the feeling of those who will be deciding to hand sit (or primary as needed) if necessary.
With regard to HB4717 that passed out of committee 9-5 a little while ago:
"I would like to address those who have decided to support Governor Snyder wish to pass HB 4714. I would also like to acknowledge those who took the time to respond to my initial email both pro and con. I have been following Lansing for 31 years only to be frequently disappointed in the representation. I am aware that sometimes your job is difficult. I am also aware that you are sent to Lansing to represent your constituents. It seems that too frequently, government is at odds with that representation and the costs, as a result, are detrimental to good government and harmful to the taxpayer."The law of the land", right Mikey?
By golly, you don't take marching orders from that extremist old tea party right? No worries buster. Never were any "marching orders". Only a little faith in a conservative whom it was thought could recognize right from wrong. I hope the soul of the party finds its new home bright and lively.
Snyder will not win in 2014.
And Folks? As the vote is tomorrow in the full house, now might not be a bad time to do your thing.
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Back by popular demand, the Wayne County Taxpayer's Inc will be holding another "How to Appeal Your Property Assessment" program.
Rose Bogaert of WCTaxpayers, says
"Foreclosures are up for nonpayment of mortgages. They are also up for non payment of taxes. The rules allow foreclosures after two years of nonpayment of taxes. Many people have lost their lifetime investment due to job loss or wage cuts. This is a buyer's market, if you can find someone to finance you."She notes also, that despite the buyers market, tax increases are expected most everywhere due to reversion on sale of property, and cap increases hitting the actual value.
The event is billed as 'free' but donations will be accepted (A buck or two will be much appreciated ) to help defray the cost of materials.
21080 Penn Street
(at I 75 and Eureka next to Home Depot)
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
For contact info, this information is posted on Rose's page
You know there will be a great deal of political action in the near future, and as 2010 rolls through we will still be stuck with two of the most incompetent senators.
Unless... we take the opportunity to reflect on the constitutionality of their voting records, and base a recall effort on their failure to abide by their oath of office:
A recent (final?) ruling in US District may affect these two, and I just felt the need to get some people thinking..
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