3 thoughts on “Shifty spending proposed for toxic cleanup funds

  1. “Let me know what you think about this shifty spending plan.”

    I think all environmental spending plans in Western Washington are shifty. Can you tell me how much state and local governments spent on efforts to “restore” Puget Sound in 2009? Can anyone?

  2. The shifting is not just on environmental issues.

    The State is backfilling again this year with stimulus funds when it comes to their education obligations. In the Bremerton School District alone, LEA (Levy Equalization Funds) and the last small remnants of I-728 funds that were not able to be legislated away or suspended, are NOT being paid this year with State money from the General Fund, but instead are being paid out of $1.2 million in Federal Stimulus money.

    So what is the money that did not come out of the General Fund being used for? And second now that the stimulus money is all used up, what will happen next year when Peter is no longer around to be robbed by Paul?

  3. The State is backfilling again this year with stimulus funds when it comes to their education obligations. In the Bremerton School District alone, LEA (Levy Equalization Funds) and the last small remnants of I-728 funds that were not able to be legislated away or suspended, are NOT being paid this year with State money from the General Fund, but instead are being paid out of $1.2 million in Federal Stimulus money

    Read more: http://pugetsoundblogs.com/waterways/2010/02/12/shifty-spending-proposed-for-toxic-cleanup-funds/#comments#ixzz0g9JWfZAY

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