BREAKING: Hemet voters to decide fate of public safety tax

Following an hourslong discussion and public hearing, Hemet City Council, in a 4-1 vote, adopted a resolution Tuesday, July 26, to place a one-cent per dollar tax before voters on the Nov. 8 ballot. The general use tax, if approved by voters, will be used to enhance public safety in the city. Councilwoman Shellie Milne cast the lone dissenting vote.

Full story to follow – stay tuned.

One Response to "BREAKING: Hemet voters to decide fate of public safety tax"

  1. Libertarian Larry   July 31, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    There was already a vote and that vote was no. Want to make our city better? Try cleaning it up. Those nailed or taped and otherwise left for weeks to months on end are the trashy yard sale signs posted on every corner. This city is trashy and looks like a ghetto. People respect a clean city, a clean city is a calm and pleasant place to be. Notice downtown Riverside where an ordinance against trashy signs are prohibited. And so are those god awful political voting signs. Just like those huge measure E signs that were all over the city, good gosh. Stop with your fear mongering stories to justify recruiting a larger group of law enforcement. Put the resources into sometime more tangible.


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