42.56% of Folly Beach's budget is spent on "Public Safety" which is another term for "cops". That is $1,927,115.00! Yes, almost 2 million dollars a year that your mayor supposedly pays these cops to harrass you. Why isn't the mayor's phone ringing off the hook?
This information is on YOUR CITY'S web site!
Demand an audit of Mayor Carl B Beckmann Jr.'s personal finances. Find out just how much he sold your city to Charleston for!
This is the statement of YOUR CITY. From YOUR city's web site:
The City of Folly Beach exists to serve its citizens, to preserve and enhance the safety, health, and welfare of this community and to provide stability, reliability, credibility and accountability in city government.
The city exists to work in partnership with its citizens to ensure their input is listened to, considered, and when feasible, acted upon, so services provided are prompt, courteous, dependable, and efficient, as well as cost effective. The city also exists to ensure that excellence in, and respect for, the democratic process remains at the core of our actions and to be a constant reminder that government is for the people, by the people, and of the people.
It's YOUR city! Take it back!
To all the residents of Folly Beach. You have been sold out by one person and one person only - Mayor Carl B Beckmann Jr. Mayor Carl B Beckmann Jr. has handed your city over to the control of Charleston. God only knows how he has benifited. He's the one who did this and he's the only one who can stop it. You should be flooding his office with phone calls. Don't blame the cops. Don't blame the Police Chief. They are doing what the Mayor has instructed themm to do.
Don't forget to vote him OUT OF OFFICE the first chance you get. Put one of your own in office. Put someone in office who understands the Folly Beach. The City of Charleston didn't invade your town. The mayor handed to them. And he sits back and laughs because you are blaming all the wrong people. Use your heads. VOTE HIM OUT!
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