'Not good news': Fortuna adopts budge...

'Not good news': Fortuna adopts budget, pulls from reserves

There are 2 comments on the Times-Standard story from Jul 8, 2013, titled 'Not good news': Fortuna adopts budget, pulls from reserves. In it, Times-Standard reports that:

The Fortuna City Council voted unanimously this past week to pass a tight budget that dips into reserve funds in order to make necessary upgrades to facilities and avoid further cuts to city services.

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Platina, CA

#1 Jul 8, 2013
Come on how could we have not seen this coming .No mill fortuna motors both locations shut down Kfc gone dennys gone and the list goes on over the years .If the private legal system goes down then its just a matter of time before the public sector gets hit to .Fortuna needs a mainstay employer high tech or whatever i,m sure there are companys out there that would love to be a part of such a great location weather wise .But we have to welcome them and help understand why they should want to be a part of our town .

Eureka, CA

#2 Jul 9, 2013
Fortuna motors deserved to fail . they did business in a very unscrupulous and unethical manner and eventually it caught up to them. Good riddance thieves! Cheaters shouldn't prosper.

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