Sign the Petition to Cut Water Bills Back!

Friends,

Harford County politicians gave themselves a big pat on the back for repealing the Rain Tax…

…but later voted unanimously to give us higher water bills!

This bait and switch behavior of local politicians who posture as fiscal conservatives then raise water bills is unacceptable.

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The average Harford County family depending upon its local government for water and sewer services was paying roughly $135 every three months.

But this June, the average quarterly bill increased by $42, or about $177 a year.

Friends, that’s an annual increase of 31.2%.

This may seem minuscule to our local lawmakers. For families already struggling to make ends meet, or retirees on a fixed budget, however, this is a painful blow.

But it gets worse.

Your all-Republican County Council not only passed one rate hike, they passed 5 YEARS OF CONSECUTIVE HIKES.

In fiscal year 2017, expect your bill to shoot up another $15 a quarter, and a whopping $43 a quarter in FY 2018.

By the time all the increases are in effect, you’ll be paying an estimated $252 a quarter. That’s over a thousand dollars a year, for a vital service you can’t shop.

By FY 2020, your water and sewer bill will have gone up over 86%, and the Harford County government will have collected an additional $23 million from hardworking taxpayers.

Not even the liberal bastion Baltimore City passes these types of increases – the city’s new water rates are increasing just 33% over three years.

Your elected officials ran on a promise of fiscally responsible principles, including keeping Harford County taxes low and affordable, and eliminating the Rain Tax.

Now, instead of looking for ways to lower our local costs, they’ve chosen the Martin O’Malley Method –

Raise unavoidable “fees” and hope the voters are too busy to notice.

Please, join us in telling these politicians that we’ve noticed, and we’re angry.

Sign the Petition by clicking on the banner below, and share this message with your fellow Harford County residents.

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With your support, we can pressure county politicians to spare us the water bill abuse and cut wasteful government spending instead.

Each of these elected officials ran on a promise to represent YOU in Harford County with conservative and fiscally responsible principles.

Sign the petition, and demand that they live up to that promise. Demand these water bill increases be immediately repealed

P.S. Will you chip in $10, $25, $50 or $100 today to help us reach and mobilize the citizens of Harford County?

The Center for the 2 Percent

Tell the County Council NO WAY to funding a $60 million Center for the 2 Percent!

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PETITION TO REJECT CONSTRUCTION OF THE CENTER FOR THE FINE ARTS 

Whereas: The Center for the Fine Arts has failed to prove it can raise the private money donations it originally intendeded, and cannot prove with any reasonable certainty it would be an economically sustainable venture for the County Taxpayers;

Whereas: The Center for the Fine Arts will increase the debt burden of Harford County substanatially in a time when the county should be focused on meeting the promises made to its teachers, police force and county employees in the form of health and retirement benefits;

Whereas: The land desired by the Center is the current property of the County Taxpayers, and was granted for use to preserve our Cultural Heritage, not to create an urbanized complex to be used by a small percentage of county residents;

Therefore: We the Citizens of Harford County hereby demand that any and all monies, grants and proposals put forth in support of the Center for the Fine Arts be REJECTED by the officials elected to protect this county, and that any future plans considered for the land be economically viable, be compatible with our county’s history and atmosphere, and be available for public view on the Harford County Government website.

Tom DeWeese to Speak at April 28th Meeting

Tom DeWeese, Featured Speaker for April 28, 2015

Harford Campaign for Liberty Meeting!

We are pleased to announce Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center, will be the keynote speaker for our April Harford Campaign for Liberty meeting!

Mr. DeWeese is a long-time advocate of private property rights, individual liberties, personal privacy and free enterprise. He is a noted writer, blogger, and editor of The DeWeese Report. Tom DeWeese will be teaching April 28th about your personal property rights, and how to effectively push back against the United Nations’ Anti-American agenda.

If you have not yet heard Tom DeWeese, this event is a must-attend! Come with your questions, and enjoy a rare opportunity to meet an incredible patriot and activist author.

Harford Campaign for Liberty meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7pm, and adjourns promptly at 9pm to respect your personal time. Cash Bar and light snacks are available.

This is a FREE EVENT. Donations toward the room rental and snacks are always appreciated.

PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING LINK:   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/apc-president-tom-deweese-speaks-in-harford-county-tickets-15868897299

October Meeting

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Harford Campaign for Liberty

 

October 22, 2013

7 pm – 9 pm

Forest Hill Knights of Columbus Hall

23 Newport Drive

Forest Hill, MD.  21050

 

The federal government has been enticing local law enforcement with military style toys and surveillance equipment.  Does Harford County really need a Bearcat? What about portable observation towers with face recognition capabilities?  Why does Maryland activate a SWAT team an average of 10 times PER DAY?  Did you know any of this?  Want to know more? Dan Galluzzo, former NSA employee, will present an overview of this topic and discuss the successes other states and counties have had in preventing the militarization of local police.

 

Also on the Agenda

 

County Council giveaways!!! More of your tax dollars are gifted to local business.

 

Government shutdown or salvation?  How Washington conservatives are changing the game.

 

Rain tax news. 

 

Free admission

Cash bar available

 

Continuing Series on Common Core September 24

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September 24, 2013 

7-9 pm

Knights of Columbus Hall

 23 Newport Drive

 Forest Hill, MD.   21015

Have you ever left a political rally or town hall meeting with the funny feeling that you’ve just been had?  You can’t put your finger on it but something just didn’t make sense.  Guess what!!!  It didn’t, and you’re not crazy.  Join us this month for the first in a series on how to identify and deflate media bias, spin, misinformation, and disinformation.  You know, all the goodies in the political handbag.

Also on the Agenda

 More on Common Core

Rain Tax Update

What Elected Officials Have Long Known About Spying

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Free admission

 

Are you coming on the 27th?

Harford Campaign for Liberty

Invites you to attend the second in a series of events focused on Common Core

August 27, 2013

7 pm  –  9 pm

Knights of Columbus Hall

23 Newport Drive

Forest Hill,   MD.    21015

Jimmy Mathis of WBAL radio will present part two in our series on Common Core.  The discussion will focus on the controversial data collecting aspects of the program.

Also on the Agenda

Gary Johnson from Institute on the Constitution will discuss jury nullification.

Update on the “Rain Tax”.  Has the Task Force made any progress???

An update on Smart Meters.

Free admission.  Cash bar available

For more info, visit http://www.harfordliberty.org

War of 1812 Pro-Gun Rally in Havre De Grace

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Join fellow citizens in support of the 2nd amendment at the Concord Point Lighthouse (700 Concord St) in Havre De Grace, MD 21078 on Saturday May 4th, 2012 from 4pm-7:30pm.

Gov. Martin O’Malley will be in attendance for the War of 1812 celebration, let him know that his gun grab will not be tolerated. If he was governor during the War of 1812 his legislation would have successfully disarmed citizens, and thus the militia, which would have allowed the British free reign of the Maryland region.

 

April Harford Campaign for Liberty Meeting to Explore Common Core Curriculum

Harford Campaign for Liberty

April 23, 2013

7 pm – 9 pm

Knights of Columbus Hall

23 Newport Drive

Forest Hill, Maryland 21050

Featured Topics

What is the Common Core Curriculum? Why Should You Care?

Also On The Agenda

Update on Gun Control

Nullification Efforts

Update From the Recent MD GOP Convention

Harford County and the Rain Tax

Admission free – donations accepted

Cash bar available