Re: [LandCafe] Tell New London, Connecticut what you think about Land Value Tax - by Tomorrow Monday 6PM
I posted some pro LVT comments. You might be interested in Kelo vs City of New London.
New London, Ct. was home to a recent Supreme Court eminent domain case.
--- On Sun, 2/7/10, Joshua Vincent <joshua@...> wrote:
From: Joshua Vincent <joshua@...>
Subject: [LandCafe] Tell New London, Connecticut what you think about Land Value Tax - by Tomorrow Monday 6PM
Date: Sunday, February 7, 2010, 8:07 PM
Perhaps some LVT advocates think a city going two-rate is small beans.
It may be. I think not. Here's your chance to show we can mix
tactics, strategies and goals. Please, help. Comment,. Be heard. Dan
Sullivan, Art Costa and I will there tomorrow night. We are all
working for one goal. Please, help us. Say something, write, comment.
I can tell you that the same group that opposes this at the global
level also try to kill it at the local level. Let's rehearse victory
here, now. It will not take much effort, but the cumulative effort
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