From the Desk of David Sluberski Town Leader of the Rush Democratic Committee

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Dec 27, 2008 No Comments ›› Rush Democrats Webmaster Posted in: From the Town Council

As we end 2008 and start the New Year, the Rush Democratic committee works hard to represent and keep Rush residents informed. Since May, we record and post the Rush Town Board meetings (audio only) on this website.

You won’t find this on the Town of Rush web site!

Please look at the Multimedia section to find these and many videos of Town events such as the Fireman’s parades, Memorial Day ceremonies and the Fall Festivals.

The photo area shows recent pictures of the Rush Dam progress as well as last years Library Wine tasting Fundraiser that is happening again this February. Hundreds of picture to see and you may be in one.
We encourage all residents to attend Town meetings. It’s the best way to stay informed and make changes that may influence your taxes and style of living in Rush. This web site is the second best way to find information if you can’t make it to the meetings.

On 11/12/08 there was a public hearing for the 2009 Town Budget and it was approved. I asked during the open forum if the preliminary budget could have been posted on the Town website making it easier for those interested to look online instead of reading a 26 page document at the town hall. I was not happy with the response. Please listen to the 11/12/08 meeting to hear the responses. You WILL find a PDF copy of the preliminary budget approved that night on our web site.
Please tell your friends and those who take a winter break in warmer places about this site. It’s a way to see keep in touch with what’s happening in Rush.

This past year Republican/Conservative enrollment went down while Democratic and Blank voters increased.
We are always looking for committee members and qualified folks who may be interested in public office. Feel free to call me. 585-533-1840

Sincerely,


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