North St. Paul — LGA SCAM (*redistribution of wealth)

Written by a local resident

LGA is nothing more than tax revenue shifting. Many towns get NO LGA while other mismanaged towns like North Saint Paul is swimming in LGA.  (Maybe not so much now).

 

North Saint Paul has had so much LGA the City Manager said “the LGA money was there to spend to we built a community center with it”. AND NOW the North Saint Paul Community Center has been given to Maplewood to operate because North Saint Paul doesn’t have the money needed to operate it.

However North Saint Paul still get’s $2,000,000 a year (going down) in LGA and is/has been spending it like a drunken sailor. The North Saint Paul mayor is on the record saying North Saint Paul property taxes WILL GO UP 75% (I think the number he quoted at the council meeting was much higher) if the LGA stops.

You see the explanation from the mayor is that North Saint Paul doesn’t have enough commercial industrial base to fund the city operations. Of course the reason for that is that current property taxes in North Saint Paul are so high that nobody would move into the town.

Additionally the City is playing games with commercial real-estate making it very difficult for any business to get started.

Thank God for all you folks out there not getting LGA because WE LOVE YA in North Saint Paul!!

Lets not forget a few other SCAMS–Metropolitan Council–Government backed big  union bosses–School district recurring levy scams– and those select bunch of politicians who are sleeping in their parasitic infected special interest graft beds.

–Anonymous Message [edited]

*Redistribution of wealth is the transfer of income, wealth or property from some individuals to others caused by a social mechanism such as taxation, monetary policies, welfare, nationalization, charity, divorce or tort law. Most often it refers to progressive redistribution, from the rich to the poor,

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