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Vote yes on utility tax because it will take more than a year for economic stability
Thursday Sep 30 2010
I am reading and learning all I can about the current economic situation in our city and I must admit I did not comprehend the complexity of the various funds government maintains ...
It’s political season
Thursday Sep 23 2010
If residents didn’t already know that it’s election season, they do now. That’s due to City Council candidate signs popping up this week on numerous street corners and neighb ...
How council candidates would save the budget
Wednesday Jun 30 2010
The News Messenger asked prospective City Council members if they would have balanced the budget differently, and what the city should do if the proposed utility users’ tax (UTT) ...
Most council candidates like levy
Wednesday Jun 16 2010
A utility users’ tax seems to be the answer for getting Lincoln out of its current budget crisis. That’s according to three out of four candidates running for City Council in N ...
Two more people to run for City Council
Wednesday Jun 09 2010
In addition to Stan Nader, two more residents have announced their candidacy for Lincoln’s City Council. Jeff Greenberg and Richard Pearl both said Monday they are running for th ...
Out of options: the case for a sustainable revenue source
Wednesday Apr 07 2010
I was pleased to see Stan Nader say in last week’s guest column (April 1, News Messenger, page A5) that he would support a utility users’ tax if it came down to the tax or layi ...
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