Have you seen a recent 67% increase in pay? I bet you haven’t.
As we all know, too many Ohio families are still struggling in this economy. They are making tough decisions about spending priorities and learning to make do with less.
Unfortunately, the Gahanna City Council has chosen this year to attempt to pass a 67% tax increase on residents, not once but twice. The tax hike proposal will appear on the November 5 ballot, three weeks from today!
If you oppose this 67% tax hike proposal please tweet about it or share the image here!
If you are interested in door-to-door efforts to educate fellow taxpayers on this tax hike, please contact Jeannie Hoffman at 614-570-3778.
If you would like to help out with other efforts to stop this 67% tax hike, please contact our field coordinator Baylor Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-424-9629.
As you may recall, this 67% tax hike measure was rejected by voters in May of this year.
Unhappy with the outcome and saying they are unable to make any budget cuts, the Gahanna City Council has decided to put the tax hike to the voters again this November 5. You read more about it in THIS ARTICLE.
If you would like to help out with efforts to stop this 67% tax hike, please contact our field coordinator Baylor Myers at email@example.com or 614-424-9629.
Gahanna taxpayers have no choice but to unite once again and tell their City Council – Hands Off My Paycheck!
Here’s hoping this time the City Council listens.