Voting Against Proposition 1

vote no

Learn more about Proposition 1 by clicking here.

Except for the small number of people who may profit from passage of this proposition, will Weatherford tax payers actually benefit from this ‘grand plan’?

 Will you?


What’s next…a few million into the First Monday money pit?

The City of Weatherford is already $94 million in debt. How could any reasonable person think it is a good idea to take on another $17 million debt to make downtown “more pedestrian friendly”?

Vote No on Proposition 1.

One response

  1. Senator_Blutarsky

    ” We Are in Second Place!

    Weatherford is currently second only behind Southlake in outstanding tax-supported debt for cities of similar size! That means that for communities with the same population the only city that has more tax supported debt is a city that has a Tax Year Assessed Valuation almost $4 billion (yes, with a letter ‘b’) more than ours (Southlake at $5,649,189,814 and Weatherford at $1,855,507,528).”

    and ” christian conservative Parker county ” keeps re-electing liberal Dimocrats wearing sheeps clothing ?……..the low-info Repug voters seem to have mistaken ” keeping us RED” as meaning keeping us IN THE RED !

    Stewardship – we dont have it

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