What Are We Doing?
Opposing the hostile takeover of Liberty Apple Valley
Yes on Measure V: The only measure that guarantees your right to vote
What the Apple Valley Citizens Right To Vote On Debt Act does
It’s Simple. It’s Clear. It Respects Apple Valley Taxpayers.
The Right to Vote on Debt Act protects taxpayers to ensure Apple Valley’s finances are well managed, now and in the future.
With voter approval of long-term debt, government will be accountable to you. The measure ends the
blank checks and
rubber stamps that have resulted in debt that has bankrupted cities like San Bernardino and Stockton. This act will ensure that voters approve the full cost of future projects, including interest payments, that they are expected to pay.
The Right to Vote on Debt Act is the Smart Choice for Apple Valley Voters.
The Town of Apple Valley already manages the sewer system. Now the Town is attempting to take over the water system — which could cost as much as $200 million according to the Apple Valley Blue Ribbon Water Committee — and they have adopted a plan to take over our electricity service as well. By requiring a vote before taking on debt exceeding $10 million for revenue bond projects, Apple Valley residents can guarantee they have a voice in what projects are undertaken and what debt they will ultimately be responsible for.
What the Right to Vote Act Doesn’t Do
Paid for by Apple Valley Citizens Right to Vote on Debt: Yes on V, No on W, sponsored and funded by Liberty Utilities (ID 1387994) PO Box 1721, Apple Valley, CA 92307