City Elections: Chopper Davis on Financial Health

We asked each candidate for New Port Richey City Council whether they thought the city was financially healthy.

Patch recently asked the seven candidates running for New Port Richey City Council: "How do you define whether the city is “financially healthy?” What are your ideas for making sure the city meet that definition, if it hasn’t already?"

We also asked; "What’s your position on the ideas of cutting services, raising taxes or increasing fees as options for helping the city be financially healthy? What other strategies would you use?"

We got answers.

Here's what Chopper Davis had to say:

I think we are on our way back and have to look for other revenue sources without raising taxes on our citizens.

Find the other six candidates' responses to this question at our hub article.

guillermo March 25, 2013 at 11:41 PM
I think he should retire and espend his time with his grand children, and not at City Hall, we need fresh ideas


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