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If anyone is interested in joining the Davis County Opt Out of Common Core Group, please contact Carie Valentine at carie.valentine.2@q.com.

 

Carie is the county coordinator #2 for Davis county and is one of our own My Neighbors members. She has created an email group with which she can keep in touch with members on Common Core issues and provide current action plans.

 

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Jared posted an event

Special City Council meeting at clinton city office bldg

September 2, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7pm
SpecialCityCouncilAgenda.pdfTake note that this is about a land purchasing regarding a Well.  This was actually brought up by a citizen at the Tax meeting.Also take note that is a Closed meeting, meaning citizens are not allowed to attend.  Just wanted to let you know that it was happening.See More
yesterday
Loni Schneider commented on Loni Schneider's group 'Education'
"I can't read anymore. The first 1/2 of Gov Herbert's explanation on all that he's doing on this issue made me nauseas. One smoke screen after another. There wasn't one thing he said in the first 1/2 of it that was 100% accurate.…"
Aug 27
Jared commented on Loni Schneider's group 'Education'
"Here is a link to give your feedback on Common Core. http://utah.gov/governor/standards/ A good chance to read up on what Common Core is and is not and to give your feedback."
Aug 26
Jared replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"That really doesn't surprise me. They took a vote, it passed, game over. However, over the next year we as citizens should be reminding the council to cut more of the budget and not allow them to forget the other ideas that were presented.…"
Aug 23
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"After the vote, the council intended to implement the 25ish% that they voted on, not the full 39%. The question was whether they were going to consider any of the public's ideas or address any of their concerns and try to cut that even further.…"
Aug 20
Jared replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"Regarding Barbra's comment about where we were for other budget meetings, all I can say is "point well taken."  I really do see where she is coming from.  However, I typically have commitments that prohibit me from attending…"
Aug 19
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"Report on the 2014 Clinton City Budget Meeting The meeting room was filled to capacity with more residents standing out in the hall, straining to hear what was transpiring inside. The microphones were very low and it was very hard to hear inside the…"
Aug 19
Eric replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"SO what was said at the meeting? I couldn't be there!"
Aug 19
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"Clinton City's 2014-2015 FY proposed budget lists Dennis Cluff's proposed salary at $167,420, not including benefits. Those are listed separately. The right to know site tends to lump everything together... and it's older. The DTS…"
Aug 9
Jared replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"http://www.utahsright.com/salaries.php?city=clinton_city Keep in mind that the info posted on utahs right is date Nov of 2013, so it is a little old.  If you look at Dennis" total Gross compensation he gets $181,450. now click on his…"
Aug 9
Winterton Carlos is now a member of My Neighbors
Aug 7
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"OK. I've started reviewing the proposed budget. I don't think I'm even 1/2 way through it, yet, but I've already got 5 pages of notes and found some interesting things and some glaring surprises. Interesting note: Dennis…"
Aug 5
Scott Pickett commented on Jared's event 'Clinton city public hearing - 39% tax increase'
"I feel the same as Loni.  The city has functioned at the current tax rate.  If the city management and elected officials have opted to build new buildings and put the city in bond debt at the detriment of the road fund we shouldn't…"
Aug 1
Loni Schneider commented on Jared's event 'Clinton city public hearing - 39% tax increase'
"Excellent, Jared. I'll be searching the city site as well to see what I can ascertain. If you find something during your search, please post so we can compare notes, enlighten the masses and unite in the right direction. Thanks for your…"
Aug 1
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"LOL! Well said, Jared. "
Aug 1
Jared replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"For anyone interested, here is the proposed budget from the City.  This can easily be found on Clintoncity.net"
Aug 1
Jared commented on Jared's event 'Clinton city public hearing - 39% tax increase'
"I don't disagree.  But wouldn't it be cool to pull budget and expenditure reports from the city website, prove to them at the council meeting what you just said, and throw it in their face and tell them No tax raise or, a very small…"
Aug 1
Jared replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"LOL.. you do know what assume means, right?  ;-) Look, I appreciate your common core fight.  I also recognize the fact that the motivations behind many if not all political issues, include education and tax raises, are not always... shall…"
Aug 1
Loni Schneider commented on Jared's event 'Clinton city public hearing - 39% tax increase'
"Property tax increases and Water/Sewer increases are two totally separate issues. Generally speaking, the #1 place property taxes go toward is education. #2 is road maintenance. Our Clinton City roads are in desperate need of repair. That is because…"
Aug 1
Loni Schneider replied to Jared's discussion '39% Tax Raise' in the group City Council
"In fiscal year 2013, the top three sources of educational revenue were: 1) sales and use taxes (42.6%) 2) personal income tax (17.7%) 3) and property taxes (13.4%). In a recession, sales and use and personal income both tend to decrease,…"
Aug 1
 
 
 

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