Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Bloomberg outsources water tax collection


Hi Everyone:

While going over some corporate bills I noticed that payments to the NYC Water Board and NYC DEP are being sent to Pittsburgh, PA. for processing. I'm sure everyone is pleased that Mayor Bloomberg and the City of New York are contributing to economic development and job creation in Pittsburgh.

For your convenience a redacted copy of the payment notice is attached.

Sincerely,
Warren Schreiber

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Somebody needs to wake Bloomberg and let him know that we are in a recession and that unemployment is at an all-time high in his city. Outsourcing jobs doesn't help NYC. We shouldn't be paying a water tax anyway. Years ago it was free. Everything in this city is taxed. That's why the middle class are moving out in droves.

Anonymous said...

When? And find a place where you don't pay some kind of water tax.

Anonymous said...

When? And find a place where you don't pay some kind of water tax.
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When is NOT the issue. The article is about exporting jobs to venues outside of NYC when they should stay here!!! Get it?

Auntie Invasion said...

are they using prison labor?

aren't you overjoyed they are not outsourcing this to India?

Anonymous said...

Then why were you questioning why water taxes are paid?

Anonymous said...

Well, at least, he's not outsourcing water tax collection to Indonesia or Vietnam!

Anonymous said...

are the PA. employees subject to union salaries and out of control pension benefits, as in NYC?

could that be the reason, IT IS CHEAPER FOR THE NYC TAXPAYER AND IN THE LONG RUN "SUSTAINABLE" ?

Anonymous said...

Are you jealous of people who have earned a pension after a long career?

CntrySigns said...

Not surprised. The printing of voter information last year was done in Canada, even worse.

Anonymous said...

Fark pensions. Unsustainable.

Anonymous said...

Anon No. 10

Or, in other words, you're not getting one.

Joe said...

"And find a place where you don't pay some kind of water tax"
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Just about every property on the north fork. All the farms and most all houses have wells with softener and purification units.