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Council member calls annexed land ‘pig in a poke’

Posted 12/7/21

Development would fix blight and bring retailers to west Springfield, officials say.

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They should get the same tax break that any of us would get if we were opening a business…..NONE! Same with bailouts! I have known small business owners who failed and lost everything. Govt never bailed them out? I hear all this talk about “fairness” and “equity”? This would be a great place to start! The pursuit of the American dream should be “fair and equitable” within our own local, state and fed Govt’s policies but its not! The advantage always goes to the rich! The lying corrupt media tells you its “the Republicans”. Its BOTH parties! Money and corruption has swallowed our culture and our elected officials whole. Surely folks don’t think that its only our Federal elected politicians who are corrupt? The only way it changes is if we the people get involved. Go to a council meeting. By the way, you are not “allowed” to ask questions. Think about that for a while taxpayers.

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