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1/2/2013 8:44:00 AM
Letter: Town costs too much to run


The reason the Town of Chino Valley is broke is because it pays:

1. $140,000 per year to the town manager.

2. $110,000 per year to the magistrate.

3. $110,000 per year to the police chief.

4. $98,000 per year to the city attorney.

5. And we have a cop on every corner.

Shutting down the town will lower our taxes and bring business to our community. Paying for services we do not need, such as a town manager, a police chief, cops on every corner, and a city court kills prosperity because they cost too much money to operate.

Julie Young

Chino Valley

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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, January 7, 2013
Article comment by: Truth Talking

Julie Young you NEED to run for city council. Please run. You could be a write-in on the ballets. If we had people like you on the town council then maybe this town could make it. I say this with sincerity and thank you for posting the obvious. Don't stop posting and saying what you think. Ignore the naysayers....they are probably the bozos that are currently on the council who have failed us miserably.

Posted: Thursday, January 3, 2013
Article comment by: Get Real

Complain complain complain. I can just imagine what life would be like in Chino Valley with no cops no courts. And most of all if the Town of Chino Valley did not put a sewer system in your water would be undrinkable due to all the all septic tanks saturating the wells. Lets complain about something that really affects us the grocery situation and the monopoly that is happening in this lovely town.

If you could do better then step up and get elected to the Town Council..

Posted: Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Article comment by: Artis Gilmore

Spend and spend...C.V. also cannot afford to put in its new sewer / water systems. Gee, let's just raise the sales tax to the highest in the county!! That will drive more residents to go shopping in Prescott / Prescott Valley when June 2013 arrives...LORD help us.

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