Antioch Council discusses tax measure...

Antioch Council discusses tax measure to fund more police

There are 2 comments on the The Antioch Herald story from Mar 28, 2013, titled Antioch Council discusses tax measure to fund more police. In it, The Antioch Herald reports that:

With Antioch's crime rates out of control, city leaders are focused on creating a ballot measure to raise money for more Antioch police officers, however they still face several key issues at this stage in the process.

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San Ramon, CA

#2 Mar 29, 2013
Yep not one new "tax" until you start cleaning out the ghetto apes that are causing the need for this tax in the first place.

Russellville, KY

#4 Mar 31, 2013
what happenend to antioch used to be a nice place to live in the late 90,s ..i am black and use to live there back then and it was prodomitly white..not very much crime most of the crime was in pittsburg .now i read about antioch and it sounds like a very bad place like oakland or richmond . how did antioch turn so bad .i now live out of state..i guess the politaicans screwed it all up..

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