The average Leisure Village senior community resident that promises their vote to him, taxes went down.
Once again Steven Langert wants to ensure that he wins an election at any price.
In his last election he worked hard to get taxes lowered for some adult communities and a select few homes in Westgate that were promising their vote for a small tax deduction. In turn, most residents saw their taxes skyrocket. The average taxpayer has seen over 100 percent tax increase in the years that Steven Langert has been in office.
In reality he is directly to blame. He has been one of the main reasons that we experienced irresponsible development. He allowed, and even pushed for, development in areas that have no infrastructure to support it, as long as he was able to get approvals for projects that he had an interest in. Besides being a grievous conflict of interest, and a corruptible offense, his actions allowed the overall frenzy of building that we are now unable to support with services, and has created a need to raise taxes.
Now to add further insult to previous injury, Steven Langert is at it again. With help from his good friend, Ed Seger, he has given a tax reduction to Leisure Village. He has reduced their taxes by 27 percent to ensure that they will go to the polls like sheep and vote for a politician that needs to stay in office to continue to enrich himself and his friends while we suffer.
If you are wondering where the money will come from to pay for Langert's little giveaway, just open your estimated tax bill which you should have received by now. After you put your dropped jaw back into place, put a note on your calendar to go to the polls on Erev Shavuos, and vote this Robin Hood out of office.
My apologies to Robin Hood. At least he stole from the rich to give to the poor. Steve Langert is stealing from us to give to himself.
This is political criticism and not in any way meant as slander or loshon hora. I am not writing this for revenge or to promote a personal agenda. I write this to help myself, and my fellow residents from being priced out of our homes, and the town that we love.
Good luck to us all,