Property tax help for the poor

Apr 21, 2012 Full story: Connecticut Post 10

Carl Parker sits in front of what is left of the house he grew up in at 421 Webb Circle in Monroe.

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Monroe, CT

#1 Apr 22, 2012
Always willing to increase spending and taxes Chairman of Monroe Town council a retired Monroe teacher Enid Lipeles refuses to help this guy because they may have to help to others. So the decision is made not to help anyone.

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#2 Apr 22, 2012
My family feel sorry for Karl and wish him the very best.

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#3 Apr 22, 2012
It is bedtime for Tippy and her fish and myself, and to all, a good night.
All warm and fuzzy

Monroe, CT

#4 Apr 23, 2012
Welcome to Monroe wrote:
Always willing to increase spending and taxes Chairman of Monroe Town council a retired Monroe teacher Enid Lipeles refuses to help this guy because they may have to help to others. So the decision is made not to help anyone.
You forgot to add that she also went on strike back in the 60S or 70S. The moral of the story is to take as much you can for yourself and everyone else.

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#5 Apr 23, 2012
Please read #2 & #3. Thank you and good night.
BPT

Marlborough, CT

#6 Apr 24, 2012
why did'nt mr parkers insurance take care of his problem?

maybe he did'nt want to buy/pay for it?
Kate

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#7 Apr 24, 2012
Maybe Mr. Parker couldn’t afford insurance and there was no payoff. We don’t know his financial situation, but the attitude of Enid Lipeles and Town of Monroe is despicable. This man needed help and all along there was a way for him to keep his only asset and home. For Lipeles to say ”Look around, there are a lot of people hard off in Monroe right now. Some of them are probably worse off than Carl” is exceptionally cruel. Imagine a handful of people having the power to change your life for the worse forever. She must live a financially comfortable and secure life. Mr. Parker is homeless with an uncertain future.
I agree

Monroe, CT

#8 Apr 24, 2012
Kate wrote:
Maybe Mr. Parker couldn’t afford insurance and there was no payoff. We don’t know his financial situation, but the attitude of Enid Lipeles and Town of Monroe is despicable. This man needed help and all along there was a way for him to keep his only asset and home. For Lipeles to say ”Look around, there are a lot of people hard off in Monroe right now. Some of them are probably worse off than Carl” is exceptionally cruel. Imagine a handful of people having the power to change your life for the worse forever. She must live a financially comfortable and secure life. Mr. Parker is homeless with an uncertain future.
I totally agree. There was no reason to do this to a lifelong resident.If our elected officials are not concerned with helping the poorest, who are the interested in helping? It clear that leadership lacks any morality or compassion. Always willing to increase taxes but yet unwilling to address the consensuses of those increases.
Nulli Secundus

Monroe, CT

#10 Jun 29, 2013
Unfortunately, that horrid old slag (mine own opinion, of course) lipeles is still alive.

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#11 Jun 29, 2013
The property taxes in Bridgeport is damn to high.

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