High density and crowding will negatively affect the nature and beauty of Marin County, and will decimate our limited water supply. We seek to preserve single family zoning and to resist unreasonable development
We stand for the proposition that Marinites should reject taxes, fees, proposals and propositions that require us to pay for our own environmental demise.
$19 million a year for goats and Administrators
The Wildfire tax passed by a hair. It was supposed to be overseen and distributed by existing Fire Depts and representatives of the towns that supported it. [Tiburon and Belvedere opted out as they knew the tax would duplicate existing services.]
Instead, they took the $19 million annual tax (for 10 years) and they started giving out salaries and pensions for Administrators and consultants. Soon there will be nothing left for any fire protection.
They could have added REAL firemen instead, who could actually fight a fire if needed.
The one good thing they did was to bring in more goats to remove dry vegetation, but even Marin goats don't cost $15 million a year.
What is Money being Wasted on now, at the expense of overtaxed Marin residents?
RE-NAMING SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BLVD for $$Millions
Renaming Drake High School for $450,000 when TAM Union High School is seeking more tax money from the public to pay for programs.
Its irresponsible and inconsiderate of local residents who are struggling, and who oppose these unnecessary gestures.
TAM Union High School's current campaign for Measure M is disingenuous. They say: improve the school with "no new taxes;" when in fact TAM seeks to raise over $450 from each household annually despite knowing there will be sharp decline in enrollment so less, not more will be needed