Thanks to all the Concord Township lobbyists that are gearing up for battle against unrestrained spending by the Concord Trustees!
$18 MILLION DOLLAR LEVY ON CONCORD BALLOT FOR TWO NEW FIREHOUSES
Our Trustees are planning to put a levy on our November ballot for $18 million dollars to build two Fire Houses at once. The new Fire Stations would replace existing Fire House No.1 on Rt. 608 at Ravenna Road and Fire House No.2 on Prouty Road. [Utilizing the existing sites].
An extravagant architectural design for No. 1 is projected to cost Concord residents $13 million dollars right out of our pockets. No. 2 is expected to reach $5 million dollars. [The architect & company will be paid an additional $2 million dollars from other monies belonging to the citizens of Concord Township.]
Both of these projects are priced millions of dollars OVER the costs of half a dozen new Fire Stations in other nearby communities.
In addition, the Trustees will make this a Continuous Levy. You will pay it for decades, into perpetuity.
These levies are FOREVER! It will not end, even after bills for the Fire Stations are paid.
If you can make it please, try to attend the meeting at 7:30 PM at the Town Hall Wednesday, 19th at the corner of Ravenna Road and Rt. 608 Concord-Hambden Road.
THE TRUSTEES HAVE LOST CONTACT WITH THE PEOPLE AND ARE PRICING SENIORS AND THOSE LIVING ON FIXED INCOMES OUT OF THEIR HOMES!
Mr. Malchesky is very fond of continuous levies. He supported a continuous levy for Morley Library and Concord’s safety levy. Let him know that you think elected officials should be accountable to the taxpayers.