MARCH 4, 2010
Mark Warden request your "write-in" vote on March 9th

To the Editor:

The voters of Goffstown have the opportunity to rein in spending while expanding property rights in the March 9th election. It’s simple: do you want the government to spend more of your money, or do you want to be free to keep more of your income to spend where you need it most? 

With the economy lagging in New Hampshire, people need to tighten their belts. That applies to EVERYONE, not just the taxpayers who pay all the bills through their taxes. It should apply to town agencies and departments, who have enjoyed increasing budgets year after year after year. 

Enough is enough! 

On the ballot are articles to reject higher spending and encourage local government to make the same types of sacrifices that we residents make. Please vote NO on Article 9 and save nearly$1,000,000 in property taxes. A YES vote on Article 11 will improve the budget situation by another $231,000. 

No less important than spending is the recognition of individual property rights. Your neighbors who have taken risk and invested in property should be free to utilize it to “highest and best” use as long as such use doesn’t directly infringe on the rights of others.  An added benefit of expanding property freedoms is that more taxes will be assessed on those properties, helping to improve the residential/commercial tax base ratio in Goffstown.  Vote YES on Articles 8 and 4. 

Mark Warden


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