Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Another Reason to Elect Mike Vitali For Wallingford's State Representative

Yet even more reasons to elect Mike Vitali for State Representative in Wallingford's 85th District. Our current tax and spend State Representative Mushinsky pushed for new stream flow regulations during dry months back beginning in 2005. The legislation that she help passed will bring a mere $10 million dollars in new costs for the town of Wallingford since we get the bulk of our water from reservoirs. New infrastructure would have to be built and our water flow would drop dramatically, thus massive increase in costs of water. Why do we need these additional costs since everything is working well at this time? Do all taxpayers in Wallingford know of her employment with the Quinnipiac River Watershed Association as the executive director. Thus there is no conflict of interest here? She should not have any business dealing with this legislation she helped to pass.
Again just another example of Mushinsky's tax and spend policies being rammed down the throats of taxpayers in Wallingford. Who will pay for these $10 million in improvements? You and me the Wallingford water users, you and me the Wallingford taxpayers.
This blatant disregard for the people she supposedly represents is just yet another reason we need Mike Vitali as our new State Representative in Wallingford's 85th District. Vote for him in November and vote for the entire Republican ticket, enough taxation without representation at all levels of government.

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