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Charles CunninghamSaturday, December 15, 2012 10:28:57 AMOnce again public officials who don't have a clue to the public saftey sectors job are reducing their ability to do the job safely. I didn't see in this article that they were cutting public works, sanitation or even secetary staffing at city hall. As a result taxpayer properties are lost reducing tax revenue. Crime rate goes up and people move out. It amazes me how the powers that be don't understand that concept.
Robert NorgroveMonday, December 17, 2012 6:29:44 AMThis sort of thing need to be stopped, its happening in the UK with job cuts and closures of fire stations, loss of fire engines and cover, yet the people at the top who are areal drain on the finances keep there jobs, lets hope they never need the fire department to save there family's