Crystal Spending Part 1

March 16, 2011 at 7:20 pm 1 comment


Here is some data on some things that your taxes are going to in the city of Crystal;

Clothing Allowance; $24,608

Auto Allowance; $6,000

Bank charges/Credit card fees; $14,108

Educational Assistance; $10,000

Communication Connect Charges; $44,070

Advertising for Employment; $6,200 (even though we have no jobs open)

Awards; $12,885

How about these “dues and subscribtions”

League of MN Parks and Recreation; $500

Association of Metropolitan Municipalities; &7,617

League of Minnesota Cities; $15,277

And our favorite…..

The Bottineau Blvd. Partnership; $4,125

Total cost for all this……$145,390!  And remember they’ve “cut everything non-essential.”

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Entry filed under: Community, Crystal, Mayor, Taxation.

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  • 1. Jason Bradley  |  March 16, 2011 at 10:11 pm

    Well, I guess that answers our question on who funds the Bottineau Boulevard Partnership (to the tune of $4,125). WE DO, Even though the majority of people in Crystal are mad as hornets about all of this Bottineau corridor stuff. People at least wanted a voice, and were steamrolled. There are more built-in costs to us with this thing than to making a purchase through TicketMaster.

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