Nunda tax-slashing hopefuls don't make the cut
Some Nunda Township candidates running on a campaign to lower taxes came up short in elections, the group known as For a Better Nunda announced via Facebook recently.
"Sadly a couple of key members of our team didn't advance on to the next round,” the group said. “An extremely low voter turnout hampered our team effort, the margins of defeat [and] victory were very minimal. We remain dedicated as a group of great people to help Nunda Township keep moving forward in the right direction.”
Citing McHenry County property taxes as among the highest in the country, the group is pushing for lowering taxes while maintaining services vital to Nunda Township residents. While several candidates supported by the group lost, another it supports, Catherine Williams, could be on the ballot for township supervisor.
“We're on the edge of our seat watching what is happening with the 49 mail in ballots still out that could allow Catherine Williams to be our next Supervisor of the Township,” the group said. ”[…]Thank you for your continued support, we move on together to the challenges ahead...For A Better Nunda."
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