OPEN LETTER TO MAYOR GILLIAN ADMINISTRATION

Mayor Gillian has said publicly many times that the reason FIT challenges some of his proposals is because we don’t like him personally.  The truth is not as simple as that.  There are members of the FIT board who believe Mayor Gillian’s motives are to do what he sincerely believes

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Teamwork is the Key to our Success

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common goal. Teamwork is the ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives Teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results Fairness in Taxes has had great success over the past year. We worked together to prevail

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City council Agenda for January 10, 2019

City Council Meeting CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 2019 – 7:00 PM CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS CALL TO ORDERPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & MOMENT OF PRAYERROLL CALL           OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENTCITIZEN COMMENT – Please print your name & address on the “Citizen Comment Sign In Sheet” at the front

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Ocean City hosting meeting on affordable housing

Fairness In Taxes group wants citizens to protest city’s plans OCEAN CITY – Ocean City is hosting a public meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12 at Ocean City Tabernacle, 550 Wesley Ave., to discuss the city’s affordable housing obligation and plans.  Fairness In Taxes, a local citizens group, is

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FIT Meeting Minutes from December 7, 2018

Fairness In Taxes Meeting Minutes 12-07-18 Board Attendance:  Dave Breeden, Bill & Sheila Hartranft, Suzanne Hornick, Dave & Marie Hayes, Don Kerns, Donna       Moore, Cindy Nevitt & Jim Tweed Meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance at 7:00 P.M. November Minutes – Motion made by Jim Tweed to approve

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FIT to Oppose using Taxpayer funds for Public Housing

First, I want to thank all our loyal supporters for your generous donations to our Legal Defense Fund. After only a few weeks we are approaching $6,000! With your wonderful support, we’ll be able to replenish our legal funds so that we are ready for whatever legal costs we may

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Thoughts on the Environment Around Us

It is early 2019 and my native trees and bird feeder are aflutter with winter activity; including the year round cardinal couple, extended families of sparrows, house finches, mourning doves, and shy Carolina chickadees. The winter-visitor, slate-gray juncos are here now, as well as the dramatic visiting red bellied woodpecker.

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Term limits eliminated on Ocean City boards

Posted: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 10:00 am  By ERIC AVEDISSIAN Sentinel staff Ocean City Sentinel OCEAN CITY – Term limits for members of local boards, authorities and commissions are a thing of the past. Council voted Dec. 13 to repeal term limits for members of local volunteer boards. Currently, appointees

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