Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Budget adjustment neved due to the Kraus plan of shared responsibility and swim pool passes

I posted this to the comments area of 2 political junies, another blog. Might as well re-post here.

It has come to my attention that two people who file in the new governmental registry handled by some bureaucrat in city hall would have the benefit of getting a family pack of swim passes from Citiparks.

Pool tags cost $60 per year for a family of four. Meanwhile, they are $30 per adult and youth, $15 each. A savings of $30 if that 'partnership' is on the books.

Over 10 years, that's a $300 savings -- and well worth the effort of going to town with three proofs of shared responsibility.


I don't know if city council will need to make a budget adjustment to its 5 year plan to reflect the shortage of income/revenue or not. I can't predict what those folks might do. But, then again, there is no five year plan from council to amend.

Nope. Mr. Kraus is too busy making sure that the animal shelter is churning dogs and cats, despite starting meetings 30 minutes late.

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