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Everyone who is concerned about wasteful government spending should join the Concerned Taxpayers of Duval County! Memberships starts at $15. If you are interested in joining,you may fill out the form below. Once completed, you will be redirected to Paypal where you can pay your membership fee at the membership level that you have selected. Membership benefits include the ability to discuss city government issues with other members on our Google group and to vote and/or run for board positions within our organization.

If you are interested in the free Affiliated memberships, select Other from the support level selection box. You will be redirected to Paypal but you can cancel out of this page if you desire. With Affiliated memberships, you will be placed on our e-mail list and receive informative e-mails concerning actions taken by Concerned Taxpayers of Duval County on the behalf of Jacksonville taxpayers and what you can do to help! However, you will not be able to discuss city government issues with other members on our Google group and to vote and/or run for board positions within our organization.

Alternatively, you can click on the link below to our membership application in PDF format. Print off the membership application and send it to the following address with a check oryou can click on the Donate button found at thetop right corner of this web page and pay your membership fee through our Paypal account.

CTDC Member Application 2012

Concerned Taxpayers of Duval County
P.O. Box 2647
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Jacksonville City Government Tax and Spend Hall of Shame

  • Out of Control County Courthouse Costs
    The original cost of the new county courthouse was supposed to be $190 million, but it soon ballooned up to $400 million before it was finally approved at $350 million by the City Council.
  • Peyton's Three New Fees
    Following the property tax reductions enacted by the Florida legislature, Mayor Peyton and the City Council rolled back needed tax relief by imposing three new costly and regressive fees on Jacksonville taxpayers.
  • Shipyard Debacle
    What do you get when you join a poorly drawn up contract with lax oversight of the downtown riverfront project by the city? $36.5 million spent, no downtown park and riverwalk and a black eye for the JEDC.

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Jacksonville City Government Tax and Spend Hall of Shame






Out of Control County Courthouse Costs

The original cost of the new county courthouse was supposed to be $190 million, but it soon ballooned up to $400 million before it was finally approved at $350 million by the City Council.

Peyton's Three New Fees

Following the property tax reductions enacted by the Florida legislature, Mayor Peyton and the City Council rolled back needed tax relief by imposing three new costly and regressive fees on Jacksonville taxpayers.

Shipyard Debacle

What do you get when you join a poorly drawn up contract with lax oversight of the downtown riverfront project by the city? $36.5 million spent, no downtown park and riverwalk and a black eye for the JEDC.