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Eslinger will protect taxpayer dollars To the Editor on Nov. Brian is committed to protecting taxpayer dollars while still ensuring that residents get the services they need. He will bring transparency and accountability to county government, and offer a fresh perspective on the issues that matter most to communities.
Eslinger offers fresh perspective To the Editor on Nov. I would like to take this opportunity to endorse Brian T. I first met Brian in August of this year when he attended one of my events. He stated that he was planning on running for Schuyler County Legislature.
I shared with Brian that the greatest way to impact people's lives is to serve them in public office. Brian is charismatic, engaging, and sincere. He was focused and had a clear message to his constituents.
Brian will work to control spending while providing the services your community and residents need to prosper. He is committed to being your advocate in the County Legislature and working closely with your Mayor and Trustees to address the needs of the people of Watkins Glen.
He will put you and your interests first. Brian is a pro-active, outside-the-box thinker who is engaging and not afraid to ask the difficult questions for you. On November 6th, vote Brian T.
Eslinger for Schuyler County Legislature for a fresh new perspective in these changing times. In response to the letter written by Mr. Barnes a candidate on November 6th to the editor, I say the facts speak for themselves.
I do not twist the truth. And, our legislators need to be truthful to our County taxpayers. Even when the truth hurts. I am amazed at what he has written. Barnes needs to go to www. This is the first budget he helped prepare as a new legislator. This is the year he first took office and refers to.
Our fund balance was almost depleted, and we were deemed to be in fiscal distress by the New York State Comptroller. The County was in excellent shape with a more than reasonable cash surplus. Barnes is the Finance Chairman.
He has copies of all the budgets. My letter gave our taxpayers information that needed to be shared before the budget hearing coming up. I also think that our taxpayers need to know the facts in this case. I painted no picture.
New York State Municipal Law does, and it refers to a reasonable cash surplus for the size of the budget. Barnes, there is no law to prevent it. By law it can only be used in that manner, and it is left up to the discretion of our representatives to do so.
I presented only one opinion at the end of my letter -- that some Cash Surplus could be put into the Budget to help our taxpayers have more money to spend and stimulate the economy. I felt a taxpayer should have a right to give her input to the Legislature. Evidently, my own district legislator felt it necessary to criticize me.
He needed just to accept input from a County taxpayer. Barnes used the good old bait-and-switch strategy. If you can not attack the message, attack the messenger. Angeline Franzese About Franzese's budget analysis To the Editor on Nov. In response to a recent letter to the editor written by Angeline Franzese concerning Schuyler County's budget and estimated surplus, I would offer the following: I find it somewhat ironic that the same individual who this year is offering criticism of the Legislature for restoring a prudent fund balance was even more vocal in her criticism four years ago over the fact that our fund balance was dangerously low.The second habit Stephen Covey covers in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is "Begin With the End in Mind.” To understand what he means by this maxim, you need to do a little thought experiment that he suggests in the book.
Alan Graham is the president, CEO, and founder of Mobile Loaves & Fishes, a social profit enterprise that delivers meals and provides homes to homeless people on the streets of Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans, Nashville, Minneapolis, Providence, and New Bedford.
ERIC WINTER, MFA. Associate Professor, Chair of Department Art + Design. [email protected] Eric Winter is a visual communicator with a varied professional background in print, environmental and interactive design. I’ve had this thought in my head for a while now.
I’ve been thinking that I can’t afford for my wife to be a Stay-At-Home Mom. Now, I don’t at all mean to offend anyone with this post. Alan Graham is the president, CEO, and founder of Mobile Loaves & Fishes, a social profit enterprise that delivers meals and provides homes to homeless people on the streets of Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans, Nashville, Minneapolis, Providence, and New Bedford.
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