Vote no on fire issue Despite confusing ballot language and campaign rhetoric, the choice presented to voters is simple. Vote yes if you want to pay a new 9.25 mill property tax levy to South Metro …
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Vote no on fire issue
Despite confusing ballot language and campaign rhetoric, the choice presented to voters is simple.
Vote yes if you want to pay a new 9.25 mill property tax levy to South Metro Fire Protection District.
Vote no if you want the City of Littleton to continue paying for our fire and medical emergency services from its General Fund as it always has.
What we are not voting on:
Who will provide the service or how it will compare to our previous Littleton Fire Department. Whether we vote yes or no, Littleton City Council has already decided we are closing our fire department andz joining South Metro. Nothing about this vote has any bearing on the services we will receive.
Any future city mill levy reductions, which may or may not be considered by future Littleton City Councils not yet seated.
Please read carefully, ask questions and vote no on 7B.
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