Village Board Stalemate

So how long will the Village Board stalemate last? How long can a 3-3 vote on major issues be allowed to continue before it affects the Village operations?

The process to develop the 2018 budget will begin soon. At some point in the time, the Village Board will need to approve the 2018 budget? What happens if the current Board with a 3-3 vote doesn’t approve the 2018 budget?

It is time to fill the vacant Village Board Trustee position. Please contact the Village Board members and let them know that it is time to fill the vacant position.

Please don’t let the Highway V crowd and Kelly G control the Village of Mt. Pleasant!

They are just a small group of discontents intent on not letting the Village of Mt. Pleasant be an excellent community to live and work in. They only care about creating problems and not having to pay for sewer and water for their properties.

To make matters worse they are led by a Community Organizer and three not so smart Board members.

Let’s Make A Better Mount Pleasant!

2 thoughts on “Village Board Stalemate”

  1. I don’t understand why she sabotages the very Village she lives in. Doesn’t she understand that her actions of hate, revenge, and unfounded complaints have cost the Village tax payers thousands and thousands of dollars? Her tax money- wait- I forgot it’s okay if she spends the tax payers money for her craziness. From what I understand, if they don’t pass a budget they have to use last year’s figures – which means the Village would not be unable to capitalize on any new found construction- good job kelly- for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Wait – I forgot you just don’t care about others

  2. Gov. Scott Walker’s 2011-13 budget reduced school funding by about $1.6 billion in property tax restraints and state aid cuts. Walker said new tools like required employee contributions to pensions and health care would let schools balance budgets without taking money from classrooms.

    What teacher wants to go without classroom support and be “openly scorned and disrespected in the community?” asked Gallaher, 48, of Mount Pleasant, an artist and community organizer affiliated with Community for Change, a local progressive group.

    The key to stopping teacher migration and classroom cuts is heading to the polls and ousting Republicans like Walker, speakers said.

    This is the same Kelly Gallaher the Community Organizer affiliated with the Community for Change. I’m not sure, but isn’t that a group of Communists?

    Kelly it’s not okay to openly scorn teachers and most normal people would agree.

    But it is dimwits like you that scorn Public Officials and most of us don’t think that is okay either!

    Get A Life!

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