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JUST VOTE NO! - on May 17, 2022 for a 300% Higher 'Library Tax' 

Property owners and affected voters in the Victor Central School District
(May 17th 2022 Update)

Today is the day! Victor Central School Campus
VCS Board Room, 953 High Street (6AM - 9PM) - Follow The Signs
(separate proposition from the school budget vote)



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CLICK HERE FOR A FEW KEY POINTS RAISED BY
CONCERNED COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Estimated TAX Impact on Property Owners

As of 04-14-2022 we have decided NOT to use a payment processor (like Paypal) for donations,
since the fees taken out would reduce actual donation amounts received by about 4%. 

Instead, please send any contributions in the form of checks or money orders to:

'Property Tax Watchdog Group'
(Memo: VOTE NO - May 17, 2022 - 300% Library Tax Increase)
50 W. Main Street (lower front)
Victor, NY 14564


Please Note the Following

  • 'Property Tax Watchdog Group' has chosen to use a 'Crowd-Funding' approach for this project - reporting progress toward our fundraising goals and/or giving updates on our expenditures at least on a weekly basis if requested by those who have made contributions.
  • We probably will not receive the amount needed to fund all of our public awareness and advocacy options, but we promise to do our best with whatever comes in.
  • Note: Potential actions and activities listed above may or may not be part of the actual campaign to be implemented.
  • What can and cannot be done is mostly dependent on the funds we're able to raise and support from those in the community affected.
  • For both practical and strategic reasons, most of what we are working on will not be made available to the general public ahead of time.
  • Unless they choose otherwise, and to the best of our abilities, the identities of those making donations will remain confidential.

CLICK HERE to contact us regarding other ways you may be able to assist us in our efforts.



Victor Farmington Library District Property Owners Are Being Asked to Approve a 300% Increase in the 'Library Tax'

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Important Note: This is a SEPARATE proposal needing a SEPARATE vote
from the vote on the Victor Central School District 2022-2023 Budget.


Absentee Ballot Voting Instructions

Below is the process to request an absentee ballot to vote in the school and library vote on May 17th.

**Absentee Ballot Process**
 
If you are a registered voter in the Victor-Farmington School District, you are eligible to vote in the Library budget election.
The ballots will be available toward the end of April, but you can start the process now.
Contact [goodberletm@victorschools.org](mailto: goodberletm@victorschools.org) to do this.

 
Send your e-mail to Maureen Goodberlet, the District Clerk and Secretary to the Superintendent of VCS, to request an absentee ballot application.
If you should have any questions, she can be reached at: (585) 924-3252, ext. 1402.

 

Citizen Feedback & Estimated Impact Residential Property Owners

'Property Tax Watchdog Group' agrees with most of this analysis - the conclusions and the points being made;
but, as always, we recommend that everyone be conscientious to fact check everything on their own.


Estimated Impact on A Few Select Business Property Owners

'Property Tax Watchdog Group' agrees with most of this analysis - the conclusions and the points being made;
but, as always, we recommend that everyone be conscientious to fact check everything on their own.


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Property owners and affected voters in the Victor Central School District
(May 17th 2022 Update)

Today is the day! Victor Central School Campus
VCS Board Room, 953 High Street (6AM - 9PM) - Follow The Signs
(separate proposition from the school budget vote)

'Property Tax Watchdog Group' is an independent, nonpartisan voice for those affected by changes in property taxes. It was formed to help ensure that taxpayer dollars being collected are spent responsibly, and that the governments given taxing authority to do so are operating properly and within their means. Under the DMCA or Digital Millennium Copyright Act, all content published online is protected under copyright law, regardless of it having the copyright symbol on the page. Any content, no matter the form it takes (whether digital, print, or media) is protected under copyright law. < Source: https://www.askalawyeroncall.com