Belmont mulls fire mediation

Mar 22, 2011 Full story: San Mateo Daily Journal

To mediate or not to mediate. That's the question Belmont officials face tonight related to its joint powers agreement with San Carlos to provide fire services in the two cities.

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#1 Mar 22, 2011
How stupid! Why do we want to work with San Carlos? They failed to keep their past agreement and now want us to PAY MORE of THEIR SHARE?


San Francisco, CA

#2 Mar 22, 2011
'mediation' translated by SC: we pay less.

'mediation' translated by Belmont: if we pay more, we'll save money by going ALONE!


Carol's right. Let SC go it alone as they CAUSED the problem.

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