The Hendricks County Flyer
Sat Nov 10, 2012, 03:44 PM EST
What this means to you, the residents of Avon, is that the potential $40,000 your town council is going to spend in this wasteful legal action is your tax dollars.
Your taxes just went up!
If the Town of Avon has an extra $40,000 to waste on a frivolous court battle, maybe you, the taxpayers, should ask for it back.
Please help stop this waste of your tax dollars by attending the next Avon Town Council meeting on Nov. 15 and voice your displeasure.
If you can not attend the council meeting, please contact the individual Avon Town Council members via e-mail to voice your displeasure.
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