This column has regularly, and largely futilely, railed against corporate subsidies of every sort, from sales tax rebates for shopping centers, to appropriations for high-tech research, to special tax treatment for solar component manufacturers.
Early voting ballots are arriving in Mesa ballot boxes for a March 10 election to determine if residents will support a rare moment to lock in a powerful new economic engine that would benefit the entire south East Valley.
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"As Mesa continues to grow and our economy suffers through this recession, we must look for ways to support economic growth and boost the tax base. We need to find ways to pay for essential city services such as fire, emergency medical and police that are suffering under the current budget cuts."
Bryan Jeffries, United Mesa Fire Fighters