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October 07, 2021

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resident

If the rent control measure had passed in town would landlords have to eat this increase?

hollyroller@gmail.com

Seriously?
If you need an extra $25.00 a year, start a "Go Fund Me."

resident

You can always count on hollystroller to misread the numbers. Lay off the Two-buck Chuck and get your readers out.

JP

The whole picture is poop costs $600 a year now and will cost $800 a year in 3 years. Gas is $5 a gallon now and we will be lucky if it only costs $7 a gallon in three years.

Adam Smith

10 new condos here. 20 over there. 120 downtown. 200+90 on Ogden. Many more off Rollins. Pretty soon you need a bigger sewage plant and we all get to pay for it.

Phinancier

The Progressives talk on and on about privatizing profits and socializing cost. Well here you go. The city approves a bunch of development like they want. It adds a bunch of costs to the city (and sewers are far from the only costs) and then they socialize the costs. People do not recognize it even when it lands in their own mailbox.

Paloma Ave

Progressives, Socialists, Liberals ALWAYS have their hands in YOUR pockets, because they know best!

Everything's Jake

"The American Republic will endure until the day Congress dicovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money" Alexis de Toqueville

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