The attention to detail needs to be published and verified. Knowing that the schools are not going to receive money from the fed's our state rep voted not try to make up this loss but enhance it. He also got a bill sitting on our governor's desk to be signed which will inevitably worsen the issue, but claims it will not. The back door approach to the privatizing our schools and making our state a right to work state concerns many and should be put out to the public to research. This seems to be the tea/Republican Party agenda with the idea that this creates more jobs and revenue-better education for the kids.
Conservations with this rep in the past about the lost revenue for three school districts by the lack of policies in Wellington Twp. in Alpena that affects our county as well neighboring counties. The lack of zoning in Wellington Twp.. has left many buildings that would have increased revenues have since 1995 have never been collected on agriculture/commercial as well as residential. The fact that permits are one of the checks for an assessor to follow and the other is lax accountability on the state tax commission This I believe is something the public should know about our incumbent rep. Back in 2010 is when I first talked to Peter and have since, with just being ignored like the tea party person Mr. Lamb would like you to do. Gov. Snyder has responded to just a few examples on my road alone that received PRE exemptions since Prop A took effect and some were corrected by the STC.
Paul J. Wolne