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Council passes fire assessment ordinance

July 17, 2013

Even though the decision to validate the fire assessment will cause a bit of a speed bump in the process, City Council passed an ordinance to authorized the imposition and collection of the......

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Jul-17-13 9:48 PM

Not going to foreclose but add to year 1 assessment year 2's amount and turn it over to a bill collector.

First of all we will see time continue to go by, add to our bills (You know the people that are not deadbeats the lost amount of the assessment, plus the lost interest we have to generate to "MAKE THE CITY MAKE IT'S ENDS MEET.). Now it does not figure in the cost of the bill collection agency. We have seen this all before from a city afraid to pull the trigger on lot owners as well. Then we turn around and buy $13.1 million of foreclosed land. STUCK IN CAPE CORAL< FLORIDA. WHAT A BAD DREAM!

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Jul-17-13 10:00 PM

I guess we can expect the city council to lecture residents about being in arrears of Tax payments. They can compare their Tax bills and tell the residents how their bill is less than the residents.

Sort of like we watched at the council meetings involving a deadbeat dad, his significant other and their child.

We ultimately were stiffed $900 for water & sewer charges.

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Jul-21-13 9:54 AM

Revenue diversification = adding another tax on real property owners. The wise men say we need to diversify our tax revenue stream away from property owners. So they add yet another assessment to real estate. Genuis!

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