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January 15, 2006

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bgamerat

I realize that as residents we must accept certain concepts, death and an aging infastructure. The latter probably due to the expanse of trees in town. Perhaps a bond measure is in order. As for a new city hall, give me a break! Although aging, it is by no means in the throws of death. Take a look at the fire and police departments(Calif Dr. excluded, and you'll find rigor mortis. Why wasn't public safety staffing addressed? It should be near the top of the list.

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