I have more information out about what I believe and stand for than any other candidate on the ballot. Here is just a reminder that I have six and a half years of newspaper columns I wrote for The Selma News still online and available for your reading pleasure and research. I am pretty muchContinue reading “I am “an open book” on my stances on issues”
The Johnstonian News published an article on me this week about the upcoming election. Since this is only available by subscription, here is the content of the article. Troy LaPlante is a longtime resident of Selma, where he and his wife are raising three sons. “That means I have an interest in how much thisContinue reading “The latest Johnstonian News article”
If you live anywhere on this map, there is a good chance that you NEED to vote for Troy LaPlante for Selma Town Council in the municipal election. Early voting ends this week. Election Day is Tuesday.
“The Johnstonian News” reported on the discussions in the last Town Council Meeting about the recycling program and enforcement of the policies. Abandoning the program was not exactly part of the discussion but that doesn’t seem to matter for the purposes of the article.For the record, I have already done a YouTube video on thisContinue reading “Article on recycling program in Selma”
Selma has 70% renters for its population. That means that a lot of the tax burden is on people who don’t live here or do live here and own multiple properties. The rent price that is paid is partially determined by the property taxes that a property owner pays. When it comes to spending andContinue reading “Property taxes affect everyone”
Here is outgoing Mayor Cheryl Oliver with a “state of the region” message about Selma. My goal is to expand and improve upon groundwork already laid and blaze a path for more.