Green Cove Springs council faces tough funding decisions
Cherished Green Cove Springs traditions - such as the Christmas parade - may fall victim to the tough economic times this year as the City Council starts work next week on the 2010-11 budget.
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#1 Jul 31, 2010
Well as the budget is in obvious need of some sort of aid it would seem obvious to raise the property taxes to help bridge the gap. This will not happen though because Don Bowles and John Buchanan own too many properties in the city and do not want to pay the extra money out of their pockets, so everyone suffers. Especially if positions in the city need to be cut to help them save a buck. What about those employees and their families? How left of center are these city officials? We will see.
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