The City of Irvine charges less for d...

The City of Irvine charges less for dog licenses than the City of Santa Ana does

There are 1 comment on the Orange Juice story from Feb 25, 2010, titled The City of Irvine charges less for dog licenses than the City of Santa Ana does. In it, Orange Juice reports that:

Did you know that the wealthy City of Irvine charges less for a dog license than the City of Santa Ana? Santa Ana charges $24 for a dog license.

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#1 Feb 25, 2010
So what? What kind of horrible journalism is this? What the heck is a "Wealthy" city? You mean, a city that doesn't find the need to charge more because they are more efficient with their fee usage? Are we supposed to raise up in arms and torches, and demand that Irvine charge more than Santa Ana? This sort of "class-envy" propagating journalism is just another way of prolonging animosity between residents, and dividing people. Did you ever stop to think that perhaps Irvine can charge less because Irvine residents take pet responsibility more seriously than those in Santa Ana?

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