Referendums defeated in 5 Burlco towns

Referendums defeated in 5 Burlco towns

There are 1 comment on the CourierPostOnline story from Apr 28, 2011, titled Referendums defeated in 5 Burlco towns. In it, CourierPostOnline reports that:

Voters in five Burlington County municipalities decisively rejected five referendums on higher tax levies for local government services Wednesday.

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The Don

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Apr 28, 2011
Hopefully the township committees will now understand that their citizens are all taxed out. The message being sent is: run your departments (Police, Public Works, Administration, everything) within the available budget and STOP soaking your citizens.

Now, for the budget cutting. Just watch the foolishness begin. Just remember, the easy thing to do is just cut services. It takes real effort to keep the services and manage them within the budget. Unfortunately, I do not think many of our local council member and municipal department heads are up to that task.

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