Wakefield City Council ponders fading...

Wakefield City Council ponders fading population base

Tuesday Sep 11 Read more: Daily Globe

Wakefield - While presenting a Monday report called "Wakefield's 10-Year Financial Forecast," Bob Blaskowski warned Wakefield 's city council of "what we might call a slow-moving train wreck." Blaskowski, of Wakefield , said the city is mired in declining property values, rising utility costs, and significant responsibilities in the way of employee health care and pensions while also witnessing a shrinking tax base due to fading population.

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