Phone tax a GO, sales tax increase in the works – let’s talk about it tomorrow (May 6), Chico library, 11:30am

5 May

Tomorrow we will be discussing both the phone tax that council has already added to the November ballot and the sales tax increase that is slithering in that direction.

We realize 11:30 is not good for everybody, so we’ll also be discussing holding meetings at different times, and more often. We have a list of well-informed guest speakers we’re hoping to coax in as well.

I think we’re okay in our location, don’t you? The library is a great place for public meetings. It’s free, for one thing. And it’s fairly well placed, nearly in the middle of the incorporated  Chico area, easy bicycle OR car access, close to the freeway, and plenty of parking.  Plenty of seating too. So, I think we’ll leave it at the library, but try to have more meetings at various times to accommodate everybody.

Hope to see folks tomorrow, 11:30!

3 Responses to “Phone tax a GO, sales tax increase in the works – let’s talk about it tomorrow (May 6), Chico library, 11:30am”

  1. Jim May 8, 2012 at 6:40 am #

    Thank you for hosting the meeting. It was nice to meet you. Lets keep working on this and kill this tax.

    • Juanita Sumner May 8, 2012 at 7:21 am #

      Thanks Jim, it was great to have you. Man, if I’d known so many nice people were going to show up, I would havve brought an upside down cake! I want to have more regular meetings at different convenient times, and if you’d like, I will add you to the contacts list, or watch the blog, I’ll be postin’!

      • Jim May 8, 2012 at 8:30 am #

        Yes, please add me to your mailing list.

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