Boo. Freaking. Hoo. I’m sick of these pedophile loving morons. They have to be the most thin skinned people on the planet — just like the current resident at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
In Ohio a married couple filing joint with two children makes on average $73,000. Their Ohio income tax for calendar year 2011 was $1,843.70. Their Ohio income tax for calendar year 2016 will be $1,487.51; this is a reduction of $356.19 or 19.3%.
As for the city income tax, in Kettering the income tax rate went from 1.75 percent to 2.25 percent on January 1st, 2007 (Section 191.03 A).
If you calculate the median income of $46,259 the tax owed would be $1,040.83. Prior to 2007 it would have been $809.53, this represents an annual increase of $231.30. Mayor Don Patterson was who advocated for the increase in taxes saying that he wanted Kettering to mirror Dayton.
The groups for which pay zero income tax is plentiful. Military pay or allowances isn’t taxed. The income of religious, fraternal, charitable, scientific, literary or educational institutions isn’t taxed; also, the personal earnings of all individuals under eighteen years of age.
If I were in charge, I would reverse the income tax increase back to 1.75% to help lessen the tax burden for the citizens of Kettering.
A substitute teacher is facing charges after making threats at a school. Eric Richardson, 64, was arrested Tuesday at Wright Brothers School.
According to the police report we obtained, Richardson told a student teacher he “might be tempted to do some Columbine”. When police questioned him later, he admitted to the comment saying he was upset over a tailgating incident.
Thirteen people were killed when two gunmen opened fire in Columbine High School in Colorado 15 years ago this week.
The video states that he will never work for Dayton Government Schools ever again.
Luckie asked in December for early release from his three-year prison sentence for money laundering, theft and election falsification. Luckie pleaded guilty to charges that he misused roughly $130,000 from his campaign account between 2006 and 2012 while serving in the Ohio House.
In denying the request, O’Donnell said, “Release at this time would demean the seriousness of the offenses. As an elected official, defendant’s failure to properly report more than $100,000 worth of transactions made with a campaign debit card — many of which were of a personal nature — are egregious violations of the public trust.”
Forty-two years? He should be executed as soon as possible.
As I’ve said before: Do not pass go, do not collect $200, proceed directly to death row.