Senior citizen on Social Security opposes Mehlville’s Proposition C

To the editor:

So the Mehlville school board is only going to ask for 88 cents instead of 94 cents.

Wow — they can do with six cents less. How generous of them.

I am a senior citizen living on Social Security, a fixed income. I cannot afford this.

All utility companies have asked for increases this year and now you want to raise our real estate tax $200 to $350 a year.

You must have lots of money. I noticed the salaries were all raised. Those salaries ranged from $192,798 for Superintendent Terry Noble to $9.34 an hour for a starting food service worker.

Please people say “no” to this tax-rate increase.

Evelyn Dobbs