Arrison Promotes Scam On Citizens


Museum Bond Fraud


Arrison’s primary reason for calling for a bond issue for museum renovation is to keep the taxpayers from reducing the 3 percent “hamburger tax.”


Citizens are collecting signatures to have a vote at the November general election to reduce the tax from 3 percent to 1 percent on restaurants and “prepared food.”  Arrison, and the city board, are afraid to let the voters decide the proposed initiative.


The bond issue proposed by Arrison and the A&P commission, if approved by a vote in the June 10th election, will end chances for a reduction in the “hamburger tax” for a least the term of the bonds (ten years) or early redemption.


The Arrison scam must be defeated at the polls.