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two pools, twice the maintenance, upkeep and repair. twice the pumps, filters, electricity etc.
" an additional $100,000 would be required to process the bonds, city officials said"
Alfred, did you ask them to explain this 100,000 expense?????
Things are already starting to smell funny here.
how many of those are low income who pay almost nothing for the coverage.
"He added that approximately $640,000 of the additional funds will go directly to streets"
He meant 640,000 each year, of the two years right??????
I smell another pay raise coming for some city people.
you have to expect that from a dictator.
Pamela, you contacted her for further info and got her side. What did the runner add to the story?? You did contact him for his side of what happened RIGHT???
David, you seem to harbor a lot of hatred toward GOP. We don't need any more Dumbercrats tearing down the country.
PS. We can't do better then Cathy...
We, as a state, need to find new revenue streams .
really mr Blair, What say we find a way to reduce spending in this state. start by looking at the wasted money in over paying state workers, by getting rid of the number of sick days allowed. no rolling them over in to the next year. not being able to "cash" them out at retirement, etc etc. Cut the pensions to a reasonable amount. Why is it that when the tax payer is footing the bill there is no limit to what they can have. Federal and state employees should not have large unions since the tax payers don't have any say in the negotiations.
Yep, your a Democrat alright.
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