“In the last five years, Hoboken’s municipal tax levy has decreased by 6 percent while Hudson County’s tax levy increased by 20 percent,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “As a result of the unfair equalization formula, Hoboken County tax burden has risen by an additional 28 percent for a total County tax increase of 48 percent. As a City, we are tightening our belts, finding efficiencies, and making difficult decisions to cut costs, but unless the County does the same, our taxpayers will continue to face unbearably large tax increases year after year.
“I can still remember that time that she (Markova) stayed with us for a week,” said Relkoff. “During that visit my father owned a tape recorder. At that time there were only three tape recorders in the whole valley. The US Embassy has warned American citizens in Cairo to remain alert and be aware the diplomatic mission has information terrorists are female missionaries in Egypt. Citizens were also told the vigilance, taking necessary precautions to maintain [their] personal security. Citizens to keep their travel documents handy and make sure they are valid.
BLUEJAY CU RIE JONATHAN BOTHWE L CRT STR ET DAVIDSON ST. CRES CO LETE AVENUE CRT ROSE OTTAWAY WA L FE RIS CRES. DR. Nineteen Grand Island High School Internship Students went back to kindergarten on Tuesday, May 15th to help the faculty, staff, and PTSA at Sidway Elementary during their annual Kindergarten Orientation. This partnership is a favorite of the student interns because it involves working with children and helping them transition to school. Special thanks goes to Christian Nole who was the Charlotte Sidway “Bear” for the afternoon.
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While making adjustments to incorporate the existing park into the new one will eat up a nice bit of the funding and will present some challenges, instead of building new, the society plans to work within its $500,000 budget. During the 2016 budget deliberations, city council agreed to allocate $240,000 from reserves towards the half million dollar skateboard park being fundraised by the Fort Saskatchewan Skateboard Society. The proposal also included an initial $10,000 to act as seed money but none of that money has been handed over as of yet..