Carbondale faces budget deficit, but no tax hike planned
The Pioneer City will spend the next few weeks looking at ways to reconcile the $41,000 deficit it faces in next year's budget.
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#1 Nov 17, 2010
They figured out a way. I just got a ticket for parking within 25 feet of an intersection. No signs like they have on Main. Granted, I was at least ten feet away from the corner of Wyoming and Garfield. But c'mon. The police decide to start enforcing a law they never enforced before? Middle of nowhere. Meanwhile, there are cars parked 2 feet away from the intersections all along Main Street. The town is targeting homeowners again and leaving the "businesses" alone. The mayor had better rethink his strategy. This town is as crooked as Quasimodo's back.
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