My interpretation is that she was promoting an override tax increase that she wasn't intending to pay herself.
People have the right to move but it's disingenuous to act like you're SO invested in the community when you really aren't.
You continue to fail in your comprehension that $500 is meaningful to some households and that it's going to be a $500+ tax increase forever.
Go check your carbon footprint or something.
Maybe both you and the poster complaining about the override didn't read the entire thread, but she still owns a condo in town. She will still be paying the higher taxes, but feel free to keep giving her a hard time for deciding to move. A decision I am positive had absolutely zero to do with the property tax override