Rye Town Supervisor Elect Joe Is A Darn Good Liar
Lies, Lies, Lies And More Lies
Did someone forget to tell Joe Carvin that a bunch of greedy hedge fund guys have wreaked the national economy and that the Town of Rye will be under sever financial pressure next year.
Now let's see if I got this straight.
Joe Carvin is going to hire an expensive Town administrator with full benefits.
Then he going to take an under employed doctor and make him a $65,000 secretary with benefits.
He's going to cut $800,000 from the Town Budget in two years.
He is not going to layoff or fire any Town Employees.
He's not going to cut any Town Services. In fact he says he is going to improve Rye Town services and parks at no additional cost.
Now he's not going to collect or charge interest on school funds.
Rye Town Tax payers just lost almost a half a million dollars and Supervisor Elect Joe Carvin has not even been sworn in yet. Who is going to pay for Carvin's foolish giveaway to the wasteful schools.
The Single Family Homeowners Of Port Chester And Rye Brook.
Is he going to send his soon to be new confidential secretary, also known as, ex-Port Chester Republican Chairman Dr. Janus "I Need More Money" Richards to give everyone in Port Chester a back rub.
Will some tell Joe that the campaign is over. He can stop lying now.
Source: Lazy Liz Sadler At The Journal News
Supervisor-elect Joseph Carvin is pledging to change the way the town distributes school taxes, forfeiting hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest to its school districts.
Rye town would lose $400,000 in interest revenue by turning over taxes within five days of the semiannual tax deadlines of Sept. 30 and Jan. 31, as required by county tax law. The town has long distributed taxes to its three districts - Blind Brook, Rye Neck and Port Chester - in 10 monthly installments.
"In terms of payment, we'll pay the money to the schools five days after we receive the money, assuming the schools want them," Carvin said.......
.....The policy also will affect the 2008 budget, which is under review by the Town Board and must be adopted before Carvin takes office. Town Accountant David Byrnes said Rye would lose about $400,000 in revenue that is included in the tentative spending plan.
"It would be a loss of revenue," Byrnes said. "It could come from the fund balance; it could come from expense cuts, possibly. That would be the challenge of the new administration.".....
Plus the supervisor Elect has to let Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel
Plus Carvin Still Has To Take Care Of Sam "I Am So Sleazy" Terenzi.
I Will Believe It When I See It.
Why won't Lazy Liz Sadler ask Carvin the tough questions like.
Hey Joe, How are you going to pay for this half a million dollar giveaway?