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January 31, 2023


Paloma Ave

Could or would someone explain why our state government is not here to SUPPORT our cities, towns and counties?

I was under the impression that supervisors (at work) were here to make sure their employees have the tools and training to be productive.

Then why is it state government wants to impose their wishes, instead of being useful?

At least in the suburbs, we don't want or need additional housing and congestion.

Why can't state officials understand that concept?

PLEASE, would someone explain?


Elect Steve Curry.
Stop voting for Democrats.


Steph Curry is worth about $160M and earns about $50M per year. Time to put some of that to work defending his property against the YIMBYs.


Money...State needs more money!

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