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Budget Trouble Ahead?

Salaries, Benefits Cause For Concern In City

October 20, 2013
 
 
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Watcher02

Oct-21-13 10:54 AM

People of J town. Move out of the city limits. You are being robbed by a bloated government.

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Watcher02

Oct-21-13 10:52 AM

Carlaw: No other organization pays huge amounts of money for unused sick and vacation time. This is highway robbery.

Mayor: Start acting like a leader and stand up against the cops that are making up to 90k a year and firefighters that are making up to 80K for city of 30k..

Please wake up and face the reality of a dying city that is being sucked dry by it's over paid employees

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SCALLYWAG

Oct-20-13 7:54 PM

The fleecing of our neighbors and there children and there children

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Conservative1212

Oct-20-13 9:44 AM

They get raises and we the taxpayer struggles to pay the increase in taxes. Something is very wrong here.

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1Diablo

Oct-20-13 8:51 AM

vote

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carlaw

Oct-20-13 5:11 AM

These "long term buy out packages" are the very people who have been made to work hard to keep the current administration in office for the last 20 years. The Mayor should be grateful to these loyal employees. The Taxpayers, not so much.

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imfedup

Oct-20-13 4:55 AM

No matter what you do in the present, legacy costs will continue to haunt the city for decades to come.

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