TransLink tax grab will cost households $258 per year Families will be forced to sacrifice significantly to pay for another TransLink tax
Jordan Bateman, Spokesperson for the No TransLink Tax campaign appeared on David Berner's Shaw TV show on February 4th.
No TransLink Tax corrects YES campaign’s spin
Two columnists wrote great articles on February 5th questioning the need for a YES vote.
Day: “The plebiscite is being cast as green to greens and as pro-car to those who prefer cars.” Day: “If we reject the bitter pill, governments will find the money elsewhere.”
The difference between a YES and NO vote: 23,571 cars – and $258 per year less in your wallet Mayors’ statistics note car ownership cut of just 1.5%
To ensure a fair plebiscite vote on a new congestion improvement tax, the Yes and No campaigns should battle on a level playing field. Unfortunately, that is not what will occur.
More than 90% of Fort Langley BIA members oppose TransLink tax Small businesses worried about expensive point of sale upgrades and more bureaucracy
Smith: “Government does not have the right to ask citizens to pay more in taxes unless they can assure them that their money will be well spent.” Smith: “Voting ‘yes’ does not guarantee that everything in the plan will happen.”
TransLink Tax Supporter claims a NO vote will cause cancer TransLink statistics show their staff take 60% more sick days than the public