Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Dieffenbach View Post
I was pointing out tax neutrality as a fact, not an argument pro or con.

The underlying Finance Committee philosophy of (capital) tax neutrality isn't a justification of any particular expenditure, but rather, an intent to maintain our infrastructure in general as opposed to allowing it to decay.
It does have a cost to the taxpayers. Its a missed opportunity for taxes to go down.

So the expression from now on isn't tax neutral its *tax maintaining*