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City's First General Obligation Bond Ever

Neighbors:
Yesterday, the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board came out in opposition against the parks' bond measure.
 
Their position is one I have held for some time. 
 
While Rocky (our rescue dog) and I love our parks, I don’t believe Hallandale can afford this massive tax obligation right now. Nor do I believe Hallandale Beach’s municipal leaders have the fiscal discipline necessary to prevent these funds from being wasted.
 
Please read the article below, and share it with your friends and neighbors today.
 
Keeping you informed,
Keith London
 
 
Sun Sentinel Editorial Board
Monday, October 27th, 2014
 
Hallandale Beach voters will be voting on the city's first general obligation bond ever in the Nov. 4 election — and it is not the best time to be asking residents for this kind of money.
 
The city wants to borrow $58.5 million to renovate eight parks. While there is no doubt the parks could use the help, the tab is simply too steep at this time.
 
A resident who owns a house with a taxable value of $100,000 would pay an extra $86.40 next year. And the bond is for 30 years. Considering the median home price in Hallandale Beach is well over $100,000, many residents could be paying an extra $150-$200 per year for many years.
 
Also, Hallandale Beach's official website did not provide taxpayers with details of the bond amount of how much it would cost taxpayers.
 
Granted, improved parks can increase property values, but the city needs to look for other ways to improve the parks at this time.
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