Taxpayer Toolkit: Will a $100B, 40-year, 9-county sales tax really ease congestion? featuring Tom Rubin, CPA

  • Monday, February 03, 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • IHOP, Santa Clara (private room)

Registration

  • (Only $35 for member couples!)
  • (Only $55 for nonmember couples!)

Registration is closed

FASTER Bay Area is proposing a 9-county, 40-year, $100 billion sales tax purportedly intended for transit improvements. 

Will this tax really ease traffic congestion?

Tom Rubin portrait eyeglasses dark blazer and tie (color photo)

Our guest speaker, Tom Rubin, will explain how, without major changes in how transportation is planned and executed in the Bay Area, all that the passage of this tax would accomplish would be to feed more of our money to agencies who have wasted billions of dollars while transit ridership has drastically decreased and the roads have gotten even more congested and unpredictable.

Please join us the evening of Monday, Feb. 3 for dinner, mingling with fellow taxpayers, and to hear important information about this latest, gigantic, proposed tax on the already overburdened residents of nine bay area counties.

WHERE: IHOP Restaurant (private room)
4200 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara

WHEN: Monday, February 3, 2020
6:30 P.M. - Registration and dinner
7:00 P.M. - Program

REGISTRATION:
Member: $20 individual ($35 couples) 
Nonmember: $25 individual ($45 couples)
Registration includes dinner and a beverage.

BONUS: Register by Fri., Jan. 31 for a chance at our early-bird prize!

About the Speaker

Thomas A. Rubin has over four decades in government surface transportation and public sector finance, working with dozens of Bay Area and California transit operators and planning/funding entities. He is a CPA and former CFO of two of the largest transit agencies in the U.S.


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