Floridians need property tax relief — now.
I have important information about our Rally on April 17 and a Tele-Townhall on April 10.
But FIRST, I need to say thank you to the THOUSANDS of individuals who responded to our message last week and have indicated they will help us win the war against property taxes.
We cannot do this without you.
Let me repeat that. We cannot do this without you.
Our leaders in Tallahassee will respond when they see the outcry and the uproar of the many Floridians who are being crushed by their property tax bills.
There are TWO opportunities for you to help us. I hope you can do both.
On Tuesday, April 17, there will be a rally in Tallahassee hosted by Floridians for Property Tax Reform. Please join us. It will cost you nothing. We will be busing in citizens from all over the state that day, and we will provide your meals. All you need to do is reach the staging location nearest you. See below for the list of staging locations that are already in place.
Visit saveourhomesforever.com, or simply respond to this message if you would like to come to Tallahassee on April 17.
This Tuesday, April 10, at 6:30 pm there will be a Tele-Townhall hosted by the Republican Party of Florida. The discussion will be on property taxes. More details are forthcoming, but if you would like to participate, make sure you are registered at nomorepropertytax.com. They will need your phone number on file in order to include you on the call.
Of course, we will provide all the latest information on the Tele-Townhall at our website saveourhomesforever.com.
We can win on this issue, if we pull together and show Tallahassee that we mean business. I hope you can join us in Tallahassee on the 17th.
Floridians for Property Tax Reform
Cities With Bus Staging Locations
(from south to north)
West Palm Beach
New Smyrna Beach
See saveourhomesforever.com for contact information on each staging location.
on behalf of THE ADVISORY BOARD OF FLORIDIANS FOR PROPERTY TAX REFORM
Advisory Board Co-Chair
Advisory Board Co-Chair
What are the principles of Floridians for Property Tax Reform?
First, property tax relief should be comprehensive. To keep our economy strong, all property owners need tax relief– including owners of vacation homes, rental apartments and commercial businesses.
Second, property tax relief should be real and meaningful. Property owners should see a cut in our tax bills next year.
Third, property tax relief should be fair and equitable. The unintended consequence of the Save Our Homes cap on property taxes is significant inequity in taxes paid by homestead homeowners.
Fourth, property tax relief should be permanent. The Constitution needs to be amended to provide relief for the long-term.
Fifth, property tax relief needs to be immediate. Taxpayers need to see relief this year.