If you haven’t already heard, there’s currently a push for centralization of government in York County. Yes, I know – it sounds disastrous, already.
An issue of special concern, Councilman Henry Nixon has reintroduced authorizing a $5,325,137(5.3 million) dollar bond to acquire a parking system from the City of York General Authority. This simply cannot be allowed to happen. Not only from the principled perspective of maintaining free enterprise over government control and bureaucracy but a tangible real world savings to you and I. I would like to quote a recently written but never submitted op-ed concerning this very topic that I have been privy to. I feel it best illustrates what needs said. The author’s privacy will be respected:
*Regionalization. As defined on Wikipedia it is the process of dividing a political entity or country into smaller jurisdictions (administrative divisions or sub-national units) and transferring power from the central government to the regions; the opposite of unitarisation. This is what Eventually Mayor Bracey
and her “associates” will be calling her big plan when they finally think they have a ripe opportunity to sell it.
York City councilman Henry Nixon Quotes Libertarian Manuel Gomez in Radical Opinion Piece
One statement can without doubt be said for York City Councilman Henry Nixon; his ability to twist the words and loose the meaning of good people is truly dumbfounding. To take what Manuel Gomez has been stating long before his 2011 Libertarian campaign for York City Council and distort it in such a self serving fashion is ignorance and conceit at it’s climax.