Chelmsford committees to meet tonight...

Chelmsford committees to meet tonight on FY10 budget

There are 10 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Dec 11, 2008, titled Chelmsford committees to meet tonight on FY10 budget. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

Craig J. "Barney" Lewis, a Dracut rural letter carrier with the United States Postal Service, recently earned a commendation in appreciation of his years of service to the Employee Involvement Quality of Work ...

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Spread the pain

Dracut, MA

#1 Dec 11, 2008
3 MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: So what have the non-union town employees / town officials and the residents without kids in the school system, businesses been asked to sacrifice?
Oncechelmsford

Bedford, MA

#2 Dec 11, 2008
Dont forget about the 7 million dolla'
water plant dumped in our laps. That alone should save some hack jobs in town.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#3 Dec 11, 2008
Spread the pain wrote:
3 MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: So what have the non-union town employees / town officials and the residents without kids in the school system, businesses been asked to sacrifice?
Are you serious?
Answer

Grand Rapids, MI

#4 Dec 11, 2008
Spread the pain wrote:
3 MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: So what have the non-union town employees / town officials and the residents without kids in the school system, businesses been asked to sacrifice?
Actually ...without even being asked , they have sacrificed millions to pay taxes that support the overpaid, overstaffed,overbenefited unions for years and years . Modern day Unions have killed this Country , and they are too ignorant to admit it .
What

Chelmsford, MA

#5 Dec 11, 2008
Oncechelmsford wrote:
Dont forget about the 7 million dolla'
water plant dumped in our laps. That alone should save some hack jobs in town.
Whats that all about why are we doing that does anyone know what is going on with that, its not the Town its separate isn't it.
Phil Stanway

Grand Blanc, MI

#6 Dec 11, 2008
I am the self appointed boss of woods and forests.
Answer is a clown

Grand Blanc, MI

#7 Dec 11, 2008
Unions have gotten no raises and higher co-pays. The problem is the selectmen didn't bring in more businesses in town and too many managers.
Its Phil E fault

Grand Blanc, MI

#8 Dec 11, 2008
He loves to egg on the public by blaming the unions for his own mismanagement. The unions have taken a bunch of no raises as well as higher co-pays. This guy doesn't bring in more businesses (like Home Depot), more revenue (ambulance- works in Westford plus his cronies was on the study board),auditorium at the school when it wasn't nessacary, get rid of the north library, teachers they are the only ones that don't take pay cuts like everyone else, plus Phil is a bafoon.
Anti union person

Grand Blanc, MI

#9 Dec 11, 2008
Wow, you are right. It is Phil's fault. I am no longer anti union. I am now anti-selectmen.
Noni

Grand Blanc, MI

#10 Dec 11, 2008
Yea. Why shake down and blame the hard working employees because of the short commings of the selectmen??

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