What the Town (and Yes On F campaign) leaves out of the news of Liberty’s 2016 Financial Report:
By Peter Allan, Pat Hanson, and Chris Mann
On Tuesday, Apple Valley voters will finally be able to weigh in on what has been a three-year effort by government to use eminent domain to force the takeover of the local water system. We encourage everyone to cast a ballot, because this is important to current residents as well as the future of Apple Valley.
By Bryen Wright
The great Albert Einstein once said that the definition of insanity is doing something over and over again and expecting a different result. I’ve read all the information from both sides of the Measure F debate, and have concluded that voting No is best for my family and Apple Valley.
In a Facebook Live interview with the Daily Press’s Matthew Cabe, Mayor Nassif — representing the Yes on Measure F campaign — suggested that the Council would look at challenging the results if Measure F loses.
By Chris Mann
Founder, Inland Empire Taxpayers Association
California’s high desert in San Bernardino County is a great part of the Golden State. The region has consistently elected strong conservative voices to represent citizens, and the people have long stood for lower taxes and smaller government. But a big lie is going around the Town of Apple Valley that should put everyone on alert. If it can happen there, it could happen anywhere in California.
The Apple Valley Citizens for Government Accountability has released a report that details the many flaws about the report by taxpayer-funded (by the Town of Apple Valley) political campaign economist Christopher Thornberg. What we found will shock you, and leave you scratching your head about why the Town would have brought an avowed opponent of Prop. 13 and proponent of higher taxes into this debate.
By Ginger Coleman
The last weeks of a political campaign are known as the silly season. Outrageous claims, scare tactics and misdirection push facts to the side in a desperate push for last-minute votes. The Measure F campaign is simply the latest example, but as is often the case, voters see through the smoke and make informed choices.
Apple Valley voters be aware! A financial disaster like Adelanto could be in Apple Valley’s future, and all of us will be forced to pay for it.