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.
The Town of Apple Valley paid the Former Finance Director for the City of Flint hundreds of thousands of dollars for an “independent” financial analysis of Measure F, the $150 million bond associated with their attempted eminent domain takeover of their private water company.
Show your friends and neighbors that you are opposed to the $500 or more water fee — each year — to pay off the debt from Measure F!
E-mail [email protected] to get a sign delivered this week!
Last week, the Yes on F campaign placed large signs throughout the Town — but failed to disclose properly who the signs were from, in clear violation of FPPC regulations.
4 out of 10 market reports endorsed by the Town were written by or contributed to by John Husing
Apple Valley Assistant Town Manager for Finance Marc Puckett made a presentation to the Town Council on April 25, regarding the feasibility of acquiring Liberty Utilities. As usual for Mr. Puckett, his presentation contains numerous errors. Liberty Utilities here corrects some of them.
By Kerry Henard
“Sure,” you say, “parts of Apple Valley are not going to be improved because we live in a rural area.” OK, so let’s look at the Town’s crown jewel, The Village. Businesses in The Village pay additional taxes by virtue of being in this area, and Mayor Scott Nassif and Councilman Larry Cusack each own businesses in this area. This is as good as it gets in Apple Valley.
The Daily Press had a story recently where the Town of Apple Valley’s Finance Department — lead by former Flint, MI Finance Director Marc Puckett — received a financial reporting award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA).
Mr. Puckett has a long history with this award.