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Minority Caucus Rolls Out Budget Survey, Asks Residents to Weigh In
Minority Caucus Rolls Out Budget Survey, Asks Residents to Weigh In

The Erie County Legislature's Minority Leader John Mills and Legislators Lynne Dixon, Kevin Hardwick, Joseph Lorigo and Edward Rath are asking residents to participate in the 2013 budget process by completing a short, online survey that asks if they support a tax increase. Additionally, the survey asks what key funding areas residents would like to see reduced to eliminate the County Executive’s proposed tax increase.

“The Minority Caucus opposes the County Executive’s request for a tax increase and continues to work to amend the proposed 2013 budget to eliminate any additional cost to taxpayers. Through this survey, we are engaging taxpayers to learn where they stand when it comes to a tax increase to pay for certain services. Constituent feedback is vital to the process as we shape a budget that best serves the interest of all taxpayers,” said Minority Leader John Mills. “We encourage all residents to take a moment to provide their feedback. Your participation is appreciated.”

The survey is available online at Erie County 2013 Budget Survey or www.erie.gov/legislature/republican and on each of the Legislator’s individual pages, as well as Facebook profiles.

Paper copies of the survey are available. Please contact the Minority Caucus at (716) 858-8850 or john.mills@erie.gov to request a copy. 

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