The impact will be more sewage in
The cause is the failure by the Senate to consider tax reform that gives state government enough money to provide basic services to its citizens.
On a party line vote yesterday the Senate rejected a portion of the tax reform proposed by the Governor (2% fee on services).
So instead, they cut another $40 million from local units of government, who then don’t have enough money for basic services like police protection, fire protection and basic sewer infrastructure.
Because of the $1.6 million dollar cut, we
will lose an additional $6.0 million the federal government would have given us
to keep the
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firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Eric Baerren
Hi, the governor's executive order to cut the state budget whacked the
water pollution control and drinking water revolving fund to the tune of $1.6