Editorial: Wayne County hasn't made case for millage hike
The Wayne County Commission has wisely abandoned the idea of putting a public safety millage on the November ballot.
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#1 Aug 29, 2012
If county and cities were more forthright this might have been considered. U can only pull the wool over taxpayers eyes fer so long and it will backfire.how about salaries? Could any police firefighters county officials etc. Sacrifice? Compare spending on payroll to say lorain county Ohio. Folks these r hard times.auto workers have sacrificed. Why not others?
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