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So his principal motivation for running is to defend “what has been accomplished in the short ten years of city-hood.” That's going to be a good trick. I used to have a paved street outside my house now I have a sand trail. For months I haven't been able to wash my car because it gets dirty just going to the supermarket. This city has borrowed so much money we will never get out of debt. I will now have to pay a utility bill for sewer that I was never shown I needed. My City is going to build an expensive redundent deep well to dump re-usable water into rather than bring it to my lawn. Our street lights on Collier Blvd ensure high electric bills for our city for eternity. We have no money in our reserves to help us in case of a large storm. The money we paid to the utility company to bury our neighborhood power lines is all gone. There is no money to maintain the enfrastructure we have. We are about to be double charged for fire/rescue service so that money can be found to continue this uncontrolled spending. Mr. Waldick, this is your platform? Who in their right mind would vote to continue this mess? I'm sorry but I have to ask one more question. Why are the Knights of Columbus so determined to make us broke? First John Arceri, then Mike Minozzi and now Wayne Waldick? The Knights are known for their beneficial work not for taking advantage of their community. Please stop sending these folks up for City Council that keep increasing our taxes and spend our treasury for things we cannot afford.
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