Layoff notices sent to town staff after Wiscasset voters reject budget
After voters at the June 11 town meeting rejected budgets for four municipal departments, on July 5, the town sent layoff notices to the municipal planner, town assessor and four other employees, leaving those departments - as well as the transfer station - in jeopardy of closing.Full Story
#1 Jul 12, 2013
What about the Town Manager? Seems we got along just fine without one a some years ago.
Sounds like TOP heavy things should go first.....
What about the CAFR accounts.......
Don't forget Municiple bonds ect. The fed will want them next.......
Feds may be after retirement accounts also......
Watch gas prices.........
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