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bobkat Nov Mon 20, 2017 4:18 pm
Eric K wrote:
Nov Mon 20, 2017 2:45 pm
I meant that I know that there is a property tax for residents and one for business that in some if not most cities/towns can be higher.
To answer how you put it you would be correct I could not answer it, but I did go down to assessors office and the two workers who were very helpful told me it is to complex to explain. They did guide me where to look on the state website.
When I get a chance maybe I will look into it. I am sure it's interesting.
If you want to know let me know and I will give you info.

Seahag, not trying to break your stones but that's as far as I will explain.
Eric K we only have one tax rate in Marshfield for everyone . Term you should be looking for is residential rate and commercial rate. I already know how the tax rate is driven by . Just to let you know Prop 2 1/2 is not directed at individuals but at a town or city . Your taxes can go up more than 2 1/2 % .
specialties Nov Mon 20, 2017 2:59 pm
Is there something that can make someone both happy and good? Is there a single character trait that, if more people had it, would make the world a much better place? Yes, and in this week’s video, Dennis Prager reveals what that one character trait is.

Ring any bells??
Seahag Nov Mon 20, 2017 12:35 pm
Looks that way, doesn't it? I guess we are paying both of them salaries as well while Mr. Maresco transitions into being the TA. He sure was front row and center along with Patrick, who will become the new CFO, at last Monday's b.o.s. meeting to present FY 19 budget to them . No Rocco in sight at that meeting.
Seahag Nov Mon 20, 2017 12:27 pm
I object strongly to Steve Robbins showing up at the CRC meeting last Thursday for his 15+ minutes of input when on Monday night at the DPW Board meeting he said he would have no comment on whether he was for or against dissolving the Board until he heard more from the CRC on what the language of the Article would be when it appears on the warrant for a vote in the Spring. He then took most of that time to talk about his frustration with the current Superintendent, Tom Reynolds, who of course was not in the room to rebut Robbins reasons.
I don't agree with Robbins at all when he says that the elected DPW Board can't really oversee the day to day operations because they are not paid but rather are unpaid volunteers with full time jobs, but he thinks the 3 or 5 member b.o.s. can oversee it, even though they are volunteers with full time jobs as well. A complete contradiction.
bobkat Nov Mon 20, 2017 9:46 am
Joseph wrote:
Nov Mon 20, 2017 9:03 am
Saw the newly created monument to bobkat. The committee decided on this design over an empty barrel. Symbolizing his achievements as a candidate for the DPW Board, talk show co-host, his outstanding contributions to public debate and participation in town government. Enjoy the status and your allowance, boobie.
Joseph is that picture taken of your kitchen floor. Now we know fecal matter has destroyed your brain.
Joseph Nov Sun 19, 2017 3:28 pm
What is referred to as "The Swamp" extends from Washington, D.C. all the way to local city and town halls.

So when I see a story like this - about an Army veteran being abused - it makes me think, besides about the sheer tradgedy of abuse against an individual - about how our political and government "leaders" treat the needy and regular citizens. These "leaders" and politicians look at the common people as cannon fodder and place people in special interest categories. Then, they work to cater and give lip service to these special interests groups in order to cultivate votes.

These "leaders" want you to live - just long enough to give them your vote and, your money. ...

Now, notice how the Massachusetts legislators voted last week to mandate bilingual education in all schools. This includes your Marshfield state rep, Cantwell and state senator, O'Connor.

Why would they do something like this that arguably hurts the country and our culture? My take is that because they both want to make a play for the votes among the recent immigrant families in the area now and in the future.
Joseph Nov Thu 16, 2017 11:15 pm
specialties wrote:
Nov Thu 16, 2017 8:20 am
How many bullets a Glock can hol. I notice you didn't even tell
Sorry but I can not read it...

Thank you. T'was nothin'.
Joseph Nov Tue 14, 2017 6:55 am
specialties Nov Sat 11, 2017 10:22 am
They expressed their satisfaction with successful US-Russia enhanced de-confliction efforts between US and Russian military professionals that have dramatically accelerated ISIS’s losses on the battlefield in recent months.
Watch the snaggle tooth lame stream turn this into another year's worth of investigation of Russian collusion!!!
specialties Nov Mon 06, 2017 10:52 am
More white Christians dead the other day... Ho hum...
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