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2 thoughts on “$1 million a year for open space?

  1. “Acquisition, development and maintenance”? That’s not “$1 million dollars per year for Open Space”. Sounds an awful lot like the bait and switch tax payers got on the school bond now being used for a million dollar artificial turf installation. 100% for acquisition or forget it.

    Of course, those of us just hit with double digit property assessment increases during a dead real estate market might not be to keen on any bonds right now…

  2. The BI Parks department needs to prove they a) know what they have b) know how to take care of what they have c) have a plan for developing part of their extensive inventory before they demand for more.

    How many employees does Parks Department have? How many employees? How many properties? How many acres?

    What gives with a new senior center when the one we have is perfectly serviceable?

    Also the surveys done by BIPD were a joke aimed to shape the environment for more money and open space.

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