By Dora Totoian • Of The News-Register • 

City budget takes hit; employees furloughed

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David S. Wall

"Wastewater services, on the other hand, will see greater capital investments this year, and its employees will not be furloughed."

Why don't you have an extended discussion on how [HB 2001 (2019)] will impact Sewer fees to permit high-density Housing Project(s) access to the sanitary sewer and the increased costs to treat the wastewater?

Cities can fight [HB 2001 (2019)].

But, most will just "roll-over and die."

David S. Wall


Maybe it's time for Towery to furlough himself?

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