Nashville Taxpayers Under Attack by Proposed 13% Property Tax Increase
Nashville taxpayers are under attack by Mayor Dean’s proposed 13% property tax increase.
We need your help – contact Mayor Dean by clicking here and express your opposition to a massive property tax increase.
Taxpayers should not be on the hook for Nashville’s city leaders lack of fiscal responsibility.
Consider for a moment the facts.
Nashville’s families and small businesses have not seen their income grow by nearly 6%. Why does local government think it okay to constantly increase spending?
It’s time to tell Mayor Dean and the Metro Council that Nashville’s taxpayer cannot afford their runaway spending.
Mayor Dean wants to increase your property tax by 13% to pay for lavish government jobs. Did you know that 226 Metro employees make over $100,000 annually?
There are five – 5 – Assistant Directors in Nashville’s Parks and Recreation department making over $100,000. The Director himself hauls in $123,974. These salaries do not include the generous benefits that accompany government employment.
Metro pays over $101,000 to a city homeless coordinator.
Local government is bloated. We need to send a message to Mayor Dean to be a responsible with taxpayer money and to cut the spending.