| FCTA Spring 2006 Bulletin: PDF
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Summary: Taxpayers or Unions?
Whom will the Supervisors see at the budget hearings?
At 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 3, the FCTA is
co-sponsoring a taxpayer rally in front of the Fairfax County
Government Center before the start of the Supervisors’ budget hearing
at 7 p.m. We will protest yet another ten-percent increase in the real
- Homeowners face another 10% tax hike
- Taxpayer Rally to protest out-of-control taxes
- FCTA testimony before the Fairfax County School Board Budget Hearing
- Are Fairfax County teachers leaving due to low salaries?
- Taxpayers or Unions? Whom will the Supervisors see at the budget hearings?
- An FCTA member speaks up
- FCTA testimony before the Fairfax County Delegation to the Virginia General Assembly
| FCTA Winter 2006 Bulletin: PDF
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Summary: Real estate taxes up 85 percent in six yearsFairfax County Supervisors want you to think that
they have been cutting taxes, even though real estate taxes for the
past six years have been increasing at least three times faster than
inflation. In 2003, real estate taxes for the typical Fairfax County
household increased five times faster than inflation.
Can you afford the Supervisors’ next "tax cut?"
- Real estate taxes up 85 percent in six years
- Fairfax County Public Schools hires 295 more full-time employees for 510 more students
- Special Education: Does it work?
- "No Car Tax" effectively repealed
- Senator Chichester’s argument against TABOR … and why it’s wrong
- How good are Fairfax County Public Schools? (About 60 percent of graduates likely to earn 4-year college degrees)
- Welfare: The modern-day plantation
- Entitlements jeopardize healthcare and eldercare
- Pat McSweeney addresses FCTA Annual Meeting
- Officers of the Fairfax County Taxpayers Alliance