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Re: Fire Department promotes five to rank of deputy chief; agreement for no pay raises for f
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SURPRISE....SURPRISE and everyone will believe the propaganda that they are needed. I don't know why they just don't promote the whole department?

Posted on: 2011/4/20 20:20
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Re: Council approves introduction of budget that administration says won't raise taxes
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In my post I did say that they got to keep their jobs which is a good thing, but they really had no choice in the matter. It was either do it or you lose your job. AND yes I do have a problem in that the FD was not used the same way. What's good for one is good for the other.

Posted on: 2011/3/11 20:25
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Re: Council approves introduction of budget that administration says won't raise taxes
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Tbird you are misinformed....fire has given nothing back to help the city and the taxpayers like the young police officers have.

Posted on: 2011/3/11 3:58
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Re: Council approves introduction of budget that administration says won't raise taxes
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Yes, they did postpone....but they did give up something that they already had received. So in fact they did give up. Like I said, why was this not asked of others?

Posted on: 2011/3/10 22:02
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Re: Council approves introduction of budget that administration says won't raise taxes
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Thank your young POLICE OFFICER when you see them out on the streets for giving back their well earned raises to help the city and the taxpayers out. With the THREAT of being laid off they were really given no choice in the matter. Sort of llike EXTORTION, but that is fine since they get to keep their jobs and no raises in the taxes will benefit evryone else. The only thing that would have been nicer for the taxpayers and may have even LOWERED taxes would have been if the city had sought parital givebacks from others. What's good for some should be good for all. And NO I am not a police officer.

Posted on: 2011/3/10 20:05
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