A false-flag operation is bearing false withness.
Utah County where I live does not want new settlement unless they are done by cities. In my case, I have two lots that were finished 19 months ago and but denied subdivision approval because the county requires their driveways to connect directly to a state or county road and must not pass through twelve feet of my interior, private paved road.
What can be done? Here are some ideas to consider:
- Allow private roads, especially those that will have low traffic. The public doesn’t want to pay for the maintenance of low-traffic roads.
- Allow roads to be completed in phases as cities do. This makes the most sense.
- Bond for temporary cul-de-sacs but don’t build them
- Grant subdivision approval but deny a building permit.
That will enable a seller to sell a lot. Escrow the funds to pave and dedicate the road.
Once dedicated, allow a building permit. It would be difficult to convince a buyer of this.
From Lew Rockwell Blog:
Tax Freedom Day has finally arrived. This is the day that “represents how long Americans as a whole have to work in order to pay the nation’s tax burden.” According to the Tax Foundation:
In 2018, Americans will pay $3.4 trillion in federal taxes and $1.8 trillion in state and local taxes, for a total bill of $5.2 trillion, or 30 percent of the nation’s income.
Americans will collectively spend more on taxes in 2018 than they will on food, clothing, and housing combined.
Even with the recent GOP tax cuts, Americans are still taxed to death (and after their death).
See Tax Freedom Day