UGOTTA BKIDDING, 4/12/2013 - 5:22pm "Kathy Taylor Makes Our City Work... three jobs to support her expensive, spoiled tastes.
Kathy Taylor Makes Our City Work... so she can have pretty things; that we cannot afford.
Imagine that the property taxes on your home were increased three to four hundred percent... imagine having to pay your new house payment.
Those people who owned buildings downtown -- many of them inherited from their families -- one of the great American dreams has always been to have something to pass on to your children so that their live might be better ...
Not so that Kathy Taylor can raise the taxes so high they cannot afford to keep them and they have to sell ... to support a baseball park.
Speaking of Forefathers... I am not good at history but I remember something about "taxation without representation... " and a "tea party".
Look at the Pearl District -- it is coming along fine -- by people doing business in a Democratic, Capitalistic, Laissez-faire fashion.
The Pearl has been slower coming along than the others spotlight locations but it has done so because people who owned that CHOOSE to hold on to the properties... and now they are CHOOSING to sell or improve...
The Dream is alive on 6th Street today... but it died in the area of the baseball field.. and Kathy Taylor is responsible...
There are plenty of people in this city who are operating on a pay as you go basis -- i.e. this amount is alloted for growth, "If I start now in x number of months I will be able to open this new business...Without being outrageously in debt. We have enough to buy the building, now we have enough to begin demolition... now we have enough to dry it in....
It is a nice baseball park, if you can keep from thinking of the pain and heartache that it cost so many people. It is a horrible sad place when you realize that it was built by strong arming so many good human beings.
Kathy needs a Buddah style Epiphany..."
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