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Taxpayer Protest at Old Chesterfield Courthouse on Wednesday August 28th at 6PM..

Bring your signs and your pitchforks to the Old Chesterfield Courthouse to protest the proposed Meals Tax....

Located at 10011 Iron Bridge Road on the Courthouse green, the old courthouse sits where the first colonial courthouse was once located.  The Taxpayer will be there starting at 6PM...

On April 24, 2013, under the leadership of Chair Dorothy Jaeckle, the BOS unanimously approved this meals tax resolution.

On May 22, 2013... the Taxpayer began the fight to restore fiscal sanity to a Board that loosened their budget belt to consume $14 Million more of the Taxpayers' purse and they are hungry for more. Spread the word and join the fun this coming Wednesday August 28th at 6:00PM in front of the Board of Supervisors meeting.

The adopted April 24th resolution triggers a request to order the special election on November 5, 2013 to stick it to the Taxpayer.

Unless it is defeated by the Taxpayer, the five Board of Supervisors would enact an ordinance for a new tax on the Taxpayer. That's right a $10 burger will be $0.20 more. A $50 meal will be $1.00 more. This hurts small businesses located in Chesterfield County. And when the burger  buyer does not show up because they are mad... then the small business loses $10 or $50 or $100...(read more here)