“I represent a ward that definitely is divided on this question. There is a very strong camp of individuals who really are opposed to … a military presence at all, and then there’s another group of people who really want to have a military presence at the airport.”
“I have to ask you if it is correct that our general tax rate will be going up an estimated 28 percent? I’m just a little confused on where we’re supposed to be coming up with the extra monies from our pockets?”
“When the results of this election are tallied, a letter will go to the secretary of the Air Force, and the secretary of the Air Force will accept it and place it on file. The F-35s are coming.”
“The total budget for fiscal year ’19 is $6,697,988.77. … That’s about a $114,000 change to the budget, which represents a 1.8 percent increase in expenditures from prior year.”
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