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#21 Savile Row

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Posted 09 May 2015 - 09:38 PM

Taxes

generated by Capitalism,

Investment,  and Economic Activity

keeps the 'ol guv-mint persons happy, happy,  happy!

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Posted 09 May 2015 - 09:53 PM

Velocity of Money

The velocity of money

(also called the velocity of circulation of money)

refers to how fast money passes from one holder to the next.

It can refer to the income velocity of money, which is the frequency

at which the average unit of currency is used to purchase newly domestically-produced

goods and services within a given time period.[3] In other words, it is the number of times

one dollar is spent

to buy goods

and

services per unit of time.


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Posted 09 May 2015 - 10:23 PM



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Posted 09 May 2015 - 10:24 PM



#25 Savile Row

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 09:56 AM

Jeffersonville: Significant Economic Impact/Job Creation,

Taxes,

and Capital Investment

Downtown

is booming  including

the very significant

improvement

of the waterfront,

the Big 4 Bridge and park,

Spring Street revitalization,

the NHS residential development project,

the Spring Street/Mullberry development project,

the Northeast corner area of 10th and Spring planned development,

the Southwest corner area of 10th and Spring/Ohio Street planned development

 

 

The 10 Street-Hwy 62 Vital Economic Corridor

improvements will link to the new heavy haul

road and other road improvements.

The Clark County Auto Auction

and several other nice entities

are building

on that COMMERCIAL corridor.

More announcements coming in the area of 10th Street between Allison Lane and I-265.

 

Two new bridges!

 

Easy access to three interstate highways!

 

The airport expansion!

 

The Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville is setting new records and is looking to purchase more land!

 

The River Ridge Commerce Center is booming, has created 5,000 new jobs,

and is possibly going to be able to create an additional 50,000 new jobs.

 

Lots more!

 

 

Jeffersonville rocks!

 

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#26 jiyabird

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 01:04 PM

So glad you are happy SR, my property taxes went up nearly $700 and most everyone on Riverside Drive's taxes increased.....yes BIG benefit for us! We can probably look forward to them going up every year until they force us out.

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#27 Savile Row

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 02:23 PM

Ugh!

Real estate property taxes are a regressive,

19th Century tax that is  a holdover from

the agrarian/land based economy

days.

They should be

abolished and replaced

with an universal egalitarian

income tax based as a 'equal level percentage tax' for all.

Muy pronto.

 

Real estate taxes

are very unfair and penalize

the person investing in a community.

They are utilized to support far too high of a percentage

of government activities. A lot of persons

utilizing the government benefits

do not pay any real estate tax.

 

The

real estate

property tax burden will

increase significantly without

the addition of the new properties added to the tax base.

The tax burden will increase DRAMATICALLY unless there

are new high value properties added to the tax rolls to spread

the constantly increasing cost of government. The government persons like to tax and spend.

 

The

excellent new growth

developments have many

other benefits like wealth creation,

employment and jobs, the return from

private capital investments, and place much

more money into circulation in the local growing economy.


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#28 Savile Row

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 02:35 PM

Remember,

that there are increasing

areas of government costs that drain

the citizens with repressive tax burdens:

 

1.) The yearly increase in the operational costs to provide government services.,

2.) The expanding, unsustainable burden of the retirement costs for government employees.

     Those coffers are seriously underfunded already and that will have to solved at great additional expense.

3.) The repair, replacement, and improvement of infrastructure.


Edited by Savile Row, 17 May 2015 - 02:38 PM.


#29 Not Super But Honest Mike

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 03:04 PM

Yes, but in the special election section provided by the news tribune moore says he is going to continue to streamline government. If government has been streamlined our taxes should be .....less!

Jiyabird, savile, do you think our city government has been streamlined? Can you give examples?

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 04:19 PM

Remember,
that there are increasing
areas of government costs that drain
the citizens with repressive tax burdens:
 
1.) The yearly increase in the operational costs to provide government services.,
2.) The expanding, unsustainable burden of the retirement costs for government employees.
     Those coffers are seriously underfunded already and that will have to solved at great additional expense.
3.) The repair, replacement, and improvement of infrastructure.


So if they would quit spending money for unnecessary things perhaps they could take care of your 3 items and NOT increase taxes on those of us who can ill afford to pay them.

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 04:20 PM

Yes, but in the special election section provided by the news tribune moore says he is going to continue to streamline government. If government has been streamlined our taxes should be .....less!
Jiyabird, savile, do you think our city government has been streamlined? Can you give examples?


Mike, HE** NO!
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#32 Savile Row

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 05:59 PM

Interesting information:

http://www.cityofjef...=article&id=333



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Posted 24 May 2015 - 03:01 AM

Big 4 Bridge Economic Development Meeting in Jeffersonville
Event Sponsor: Indiana University Southeast
Mix, Mingle, & Learn
Leadership Southern Indiana
Big Four Station Pavilion
Thursday, June 11, 4:30-7:30
 
"Learn about the initial concept, design, and building of this incredible new Big 4 Bridge Infrastructure."
Register online at LeadershipSI.org by June 5th. $30 for guests.
 
Featured Speakers Include:
Mayor Mike Moore,
City of Jeffersonville
 
Wayne Estopinal,
President, TEG Architects
 
Mayor Greg Fischer,
Louisville Metro Government
 
David Karem,
President of Louisville Waterfront Development Corporation


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Posted 26 May 2015 - 06:27 PM

Can anyone decipher what's going on with what is being depicted in these phrases/incomplete sentences?

#35 Savile Row

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Posted 26 May 2015 - 07:10 PM

Yes:

 

Big 4 Bridge Economic Development Meeting in Jeffersonville
Event Sponsor: Indiana University Southeast
Mix, Mingle, & Learn
Leadership Southern Indiana
Big Four Station Pavilion

Thursday, June 11, 4:30-7:30

 
"Learn about the initial concept, design, and building of this incredible new Big 4 Bridge Infrastructure."
 
Register online at LeadershipSI.org by June 5th. $30 for guests.
 
The meeting will be fun and informative.
There may be additional information soon on the plan for the Court Avenue  and Mulberry project
that is adjacent to the Big 4 Bridge and Park area.

See you there!


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Posted 29 May 2015 - 06:16 AM

More investment for the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville
 
Duke Energy
eyeing Clark County site
Company looking at 140-acre parcel for potential industrial development
 
NEWS AND TRIBUNE
Thursday, May 28, 201
PLAINFIELD = Duke Energy Indiana has selected a 140-acre parcel of land inside
the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville in Clark County
for the utility’s 2015 Site Readiness Program,
according to a Duke Energy news release.

The Site Readiness Program is a key component of Duke Energy’s economic development model. It identifies, evaluates, and improves sites in the company’s service territory for potential industrial development.


“We see distinct potential for this site to attract businesses that can bring economic growth to this area,” Lisa Huber, Duke Energy Indiana community relations manager for Clark County, said in the release. “Helping promote economic development is an important part of our commitment to serving our customers.”

As part of Duke Energy’s evaluation of the Clark County property, site-selection consultant McCallum Sweeney Consulting will conduct a comprehensive assessment. Based on consultant recommendations, Duke Energy will collaborate with Ports of Indiana to develop a strategy for providing water, sewer, natural gas and electricity to the site.

http://www.newsandtr...48cd4f952f.html


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Posted 29 May 2015 - 06:25 AM

Jeffersonville  Grows and Prospers

 

 

"The Duke Energy Site Readiness Program reinforces our work to attract new investment that leverages the multi-modal capabilities of the port,” said Scott Stewart, port director. “We appreciate Duke Energy’s partnership and collaboration, and we look forward to seeing the consultant’s suggestions for making this parcel even more attractive to prospective industries

Duke Energy Indiana’s overall economic development program has also been consistently named by Site Selection magazine as one of the nation’s “Top 10 Utility Economic Development Programs.” Since 2008, the company has participated in the creation of nearly 20,000 jobs and total capital investment of approximately $4.5 billion.

For more information about Duke Energy Indiana’s economic development programs,

visit locationindiana.com

 

Newsandtribune.com


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Posted 29 May 2015 - 06:43 AM

As part of Duke Energy’s evaluation of the Clark County property, site-selection consultant McCallum Sweeney Consulting will conduct a comprehensive assessment. Based on consultant recommendations, Duke Energy will collaborate with Ports of Indiana to develop a strategy for providing water, sewer, natural gas and electricity to the site.


The parties may also recommend road improvements, easements and rights-of-way that would be required to develop the site, as well as steps necessary to mitigate any potential environmental impacts. Banning Engineering will produce final drawings and conceptual site plans.

 

From Newsandtribune.com



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Posted 17 September 2015 - 07:26 AM

Scott Stewart comes full circle to Port of Indiana – Jeffersonville
Jul 3, 2015
by David A. Mann
Reporter
Louisville Business First
http://www.bizjourna...of-indiana.html

Scott Stewart sees the value in reinventing yourself.

He spent the bulk of his working years leading communications strategies for Pampers, Luvs, Charmin, Bounty and other brands owned by Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble Co.
But today he works in the public sector, leading the Port of Indiana – Jeffersonville, a business park in the eastern part of Clark County, Ind.
 



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Posted 17 September 2015 - 07:29 AM

Jeffersonville!

Keep your eye on the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville!

 

It is seeing  record shipping and new announcements may be coming.

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