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Monday, 06 April 2015 00:24

Wright's Wrong

Matt Wright, former head of the 'Vote Yes' campaign, school board member and non-stop social media poster has stepped in it again.  He attacked someone for questioning the huge difference between Alcoa school system and Lakeland.  Alcoa was questioned because the school board devotes almost 17% of its entire Lakeland Prep presentation to slide talking Alcoa and Greeneville Community Schools, trying to convince everyone we can have what they have for much lower costs.  Here we demonstrate that Matt doesn't know what he is talking about.

Published in Fact or Fiction
Thursday, 05 March 2015 18:50

Taxes and You!

Read here to see that the City really doesn't have enough revenues to finance this $50,000,000 bond even with the new tax increase!  How many new houses will it take to pay for this?  How many new stores like Sprouts?

Published in Show us the Numbers
Thursday, 05 March 2015 19:25

The Truth

The Pro-Build-Now group have made many statements regarding the tax issues surrounding this bond proposal.  Here we review them and provide factual counterpoints that come to a different conclusion.  The difference is we use hard data and show our reference materials where they just ask you to trust them.

Published in Fact or Fiction
Thursday, 12 March 2015 18:59

Lakeland Prep Affects Home Sales?

In a recent advertisement in the Lakeland Currents, the “Vote Yes Lakeland” group made the following claim:

This claim seems to be implying that the cause for the apparently skyrocketing home sales in the month of November was the announcement of "Lakeland Prep."  Did home sales actually increase?  If so, was this caused by the “Lakeland Prep” announcement? 

To infer that the increase in homes that closed in November was caused by a “Lakeland Prep” announcement is clearly an example of flawed reasoning, particularly given the delay between the initial offer and the close of the home sale.   This is a great example of cherry-picking obscure data to spin a particular, highly-biased viewpoint.  But, don’t take our word for it.  To find out why, go to Read More...  We have given you all of the tools that you need.  Look at the actual data, and then decide for yourself.

Published in Fact or Fiction

We have been assured that we can afford the bond, but we've shown this is not true.  We have also been told we can have all the amenities at Lakeland Prep that we currently enjoy with Arlington schools.  Nobody has shown how much it will cost to have it all, so we decided to see how much it costs the schools they use as examples for what we will be.

Published in Show us the Numbers
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 23:21

Overcrowded? Says Who?

You've probably heard one of the big justifications for this 'Build Now' plan is overcrowding at Arlington Middle School.  In fact, they even give an exact percentage!  Want to see why this is not true and how they are actually responsible for the overcrowding they're complaining about?  Read on...

Published in Fact or Fiction

Have you heard the CCL is accusing team Bunker of manipulating the date of the forum so 2 of their candidates couldn't attend?

Something like that would never happen here.

How dare they.

There is just ONE PROBLEM.

Click READ MORE BELOW to read the ENTIRE ARTICLE....

Monday, 16 March 2015 01:54

Top 10 Reasons to Vote NO on the Debt!

If you only read one page on this site Click Read More to see this Article!

Published in Vote on the Debt
Sunday, 03 March 2019 16:59

Large tax increase for the High School

If you would like to get the facts about what the city is proposing and what the city of Lakeland and its tax payers is facing, please click READ MORE below.

You will be SHOCKED.

Published in Show us the Numbers
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 03:17

If the vote fails will the tax be repealed?

Remember last year when we were told that if the bond were defeated, the tax increase would be repealed?  Now they've changed their tune and are saying the tax increase is here to stay.  That's not the only thing they changed...  Read to see how the Board of Commissioners is refusing to listen to the will of the people!

Published in Fact or Fiction
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