Unhappy Taxpayer

   Candidate 4th District DeKalb Board of Commissioners                             
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My special interest group is the
taxpayers and residents of DeKalb

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We urgently need
your support

 

Volunteer Information
Here’s how you can help immediately:

  • Make a financial contribution-payable to: Viola Davis 4th District Commissioner

  • Place a sign on your lawn and a window decal on your car

  • Call my office to join my volunteer team 404-438-9318

  • Call at least 10 of your friends and ask them to vote for Viola “Unhappy Taxpayer” Davis

  • Register and vote for Viola “Unhappy Taxpayer” Davis on July 15, 2008

 

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254 Million Dollars!

Where Did Our Money Go?

 
Why Elect Viola Davis?

SHE’S THE BEST QUALIFIED:
• Attended over 90% of the BOC meetings over the pass six years
• Educated and informed the public during public comment on DCTV Channel 23
• Founder of Unhappy Taxpayer & Voter – a tax and community watchdog group
• Bachelor of Science from Medical College of Georgia as a Registered Nurse
• Veteran of the United States Army with Officer and Airborne training
• License Real Estate Agent in 1997

A Public Servant, Not a Politician!
Viola Davis understands:
Elected Officials are the “employees” of the Taxpayers and Voters.


The Right Choice for District 4 Commissioner:
  Incorruptible
  Integrity
  Accountable
  Dedicated
  Professional
  Results Driven
  A Proven Servant

Viola Davis' straight “A” plan of action:
Accountability -  Accessibility   -  Advocacy  -  Achievement:

Accountability:

  • Tell the people in our community the truth about what is happening within county government and how the legislation will affect the community.
  • Educate and inform the people about how their tax dollars are being spent.
  • Develop a “Smart Growth” team made up of people from the county commission, school board, executive departments, i.e., roads and drainage, transportation, etc.  Government agencies need to speak with each other and not operate in a vacuum.

Accessibility:

  • Create Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU) to ensure the community is informed, assess the communities’ needs, and develop an effective comprehensive plan for the future.
  • Schedule monthly “question and answer” town hall meetings to keep the people informed.
  • Establish a data base of Neighborhood Associations to ensure a quarterly-to-at-least-yearly visits to local meetings on location.

Advocacy:

  • Children, families, and communities – act against anything that adversely affects our community.  We need to increase recreational facilities and social activities for our children.
  • Taxpayers and Voters – hold the line on taxes and ensure the citizens get the most for their tax dollars.
  • Environment – vote against the expansion of landfills in DeKalb County and hold waste management accountable by sounding the alarm when rules, regulations, policy and procedures are not followed as mandated by the state and federal government.

Achievement:

  • Set a standard of accountability that involves fiduciary responsibility in the mission statement for the Board of Commissioners
  • Be innovative and creative to develop programs that address issues and solve problems.
  • Evaluate our policies and procedures to ensure they produce the positive results demanded by our taxpayers and voters.

 

 

Task Force to Elect Viola Davis