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LIBA Requests the LPS Board of Education Lower the Property Tax Levy – Also Welcomes New Members

| Posted: 01/1/15

The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) requests the Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) Board of Education work to lower the property tax levy in the next budget year. LIBA recognizes that LPS is not currently in their budget process, however, LPS is in process of negotiating with the Lincoln Education Association... more

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The Lincoln Independent Business Association Says Thanks to Lincoln Electric Systems for Listening and Welcomes New Members

| Posted: 12/1/14

The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) and I would like to express our support for the 2015 Lincoln Electric Systems (LES) budget which does not increase electric rates. In seven of the past ten years... more

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Common Sense Solutions in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 11/1/14

We are already hearing a Lancaster County Commissioner predict a property tax increase when next year’s budget session rolls around. The County Commissioners have worked hard to prevent a tax increase in recent years. I... more

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Lancaster County Juggles Priorities And The Jail Is Costing Millions in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 10/1/14

Once again this year the Lancaster County Commissioners, and the county staff, have had to make tough choices in funding programs and services. Lancaster County Commissioners have worked hard to preserve vital services, while maintaining... more

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LIBA Examines Three Themes for the Upcoming Two Year Budget Cycle in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 09/1/14

I recently appeared before the Lincoln City Council – on behalf of LIBA – to talk about the city budget. Below is a summary of my comments. The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) applauds the... more

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Considering a Local Sales Tax Increase and the Dilemma of Lincoln, Nebraska’s Roads

| Posted: 08/1/14

I appreciate that you are taking the time to read my column.  I want to be very clear that this column reflects my personal thoughts on the possible sales tax increase being discussed by our... more

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