Carmel school board approves special election for replacement referendum

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  • Eric Morris

    I moved from a region and state, Portland and Oregon, respectively, that was essentially one-party rule. Those progressives and these one-party “conservatives” seem very similar.

    “The purpose of government is for those who run it to plunder those who do not.” Thomas DiLorenzo

  • Eric Morris

    And make no mistake, those elected are rarely the ones who run it. See, for example, Trump’s National Security Advisor being taken out by the unelected deep-state bureaucrats at the CIA. Or donors getting rich off new roads and sports stadia–most elected officials themselves are not on the take, they just fail to see they are being “taken”.

  • Oldguyy

    So what they’re saying is that they want to grab the money that currently is going for interest and principle on debt, rather than let the people who earned that money (the taxpayers) keep it once it is no longer needed for the retired debt. That money is not currently being used to pay the wages of these “hundreds” of employees, but somehow they will lose their jobs if the Carmel government schools aren’t allowed to take that taxpayer money. I hope Carmel taxpayers aren’t stupid enough to believe that garbage.

    • Billy Robbins

      Yes!!!!!!. I hope the refrendum expires and we get a tax-cut

  • Doug

    Did you not read the article? The current referendum is going to run out at the end of the year, hence the need for the new referendum. Revenue for schools will decrease if the referendum doesn’t pass. Furthermore the article says their would be no net increase in taxes. I support an educated electorate, especially given the current state of our nation.

  • Luci Snyder

    This is a great idea! Whenever an entity places a tax on the citizens, that tax should have a “kill date”, that is, a definite time when the citizens must reassess the need and decide that THEY will allow themselves to be taxed for a specific purpose. Taxes that go on without review are not in the public interest.