To monitor and review all fiscal and tax matters affecting Martin County. To engage public officials, community leaders and private sector organizations who may influence the economy and efficiency of the County of Martin, the School District, municipalities and other taxing authorities in the matter of taxes and the financial resources of the County. In addition, the MCTA is committed to establishing a culture and environment conducive to the preservation of tax dollars and taxpayers interests and to communicate through public information programs on county, state and federal tax policies and to form or join coalitions of organizations that inform, educate and influence tax and other fiscal policies that impact Martin County taxpayers.
April 12, 2014--natural resources
In November, voters statewide will be asked to approve Amendment No. 1 to the constitution, which will set aside funding for purchasing environmentally sensitive land to protect water resources and wildlife habitat. Backers have obtained more than the number of required signatures, according to Manley Fuller, president of the Florida Wildlife Federati....
You are invited to the Water and Land Legacy Amendment Forum, April 16th, 2:00 PM
Indian Riverside Park, Frances Langford Bldg, 2nd Floor
See "Current Events" for Speakers
March 29, 2014--For years the Martin County Taxpayers Association has been encouraging Martin County Fire Rescue and the city of Stuart Fire Rescue to consolidate. The two primary objectives of consolidation would be to save taxpayers money while maintaining the level of service taxpayers expect.
March 14, 2014--Over the past several years, the Martin County Taxpayers Association has prodded Martin County government to find ways to be more productive and efficient in the services it provides to the taxpayers. We believe that ou....
March 1, 2014--The Martin County Taxpayers Association has volunteered to facilitate an understanding between the city of Stuart and Martin County in considering a merger of the Fire Rescue/EMS services as a way of dealing with a $1 million budget shortfall in the city. The City Commission, after hearing positive comments from County Commissioner Ed Fielding at its Feb. 10 meeting, went so far ....
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