Many residents have asked -- "What exactly did the City Council restore when it finally passed the budget? What cuts to services were restored?" So I requested a memo from City management to show the projected cuts and what actually was restored.
If you click on this link you will see that memo.
Additionally, I am linking to a memo that details the positions of the City concerning proposed state legislation. Click on this link to read the list.
As always, feel free to contact me directly with your questions, concerns and comments.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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