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Local Government, school pensions and salaries. 

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The people/tax payer has a right to know how much they are paying people that are or have worked for them. So the next time a local government or school asks for more money they can make an informed decision at the ballot box!

Michael Stelmaszak Kingsford City Manager

Future City manager Michael Stelmaszak. A retired Kingsford police officer collecting  a pension of over $59.000 a year plus eventually  $85.000 a year salary as the City Manager. The real cost to the tax payers of Kingsford will be him negotiating or giving our tax dollars to his former coworkers. Then the labor contracts will be voted on and passed by former Kingsford City cops who are on on the city council.

Another game they play is one or two will not agree but in the end it will pass. It was always meant to pass.

Below is the the gang of crooks. Called the Kingsford City council. Legal corruption!!

Kingsford City pension pay and labor contracts

Pension under-funding leads to courts hungry for money at the expense of justice.      CLICK below on link for facts

Mackinac Center for Public Policy civil war on drugs
Michigan civil asset forfeiture law is wrong
Harm reduction of drug use
Michigan corrupt bail out the pensions law Forfeiture laws
Facts about pension corruption link page
Rick Jones the man who bankrupted Michigan
Under funding of pensions Dickinson County Michigan
Stop the drug war
Dickinson County Court house
Delta County pensions and pay roll link
picture of Menominee Court house
Crime pays in Dickinson County
Know your rights web page
Pension facts michigan link to Mackinac foundation
Link Dickinson County news

CVC of Dickinson County     

Citizens Voice Committee of Dickinson County

Telling the truth about local government.

The people need to know to vote the right way.

Knowledge is a dangerous thing.

Dickinson County Citizens Voice Committee

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