Monday, July 30, 2007

Tampa strives to improve moron quotient

TAMPA - Residents of Florida said they wanted lower property taxes, and the state Legislature will allow voters to make that decision in January. Monday, residents of Hillsborough County learned just what that vote could cost them.

Fire-rescue services and libraries are among the hardest-hit parts of Hillsborough County's budget for next year, according to figures released by County Administrator Pat Bean on Monday. . ..

The largest single financial cut -- over $17-million next year alone -- is to Library Services, where the construction of seven libraries would be cancelled. Foxnews.

Hold tight wait till the party's over

Hold tight We're in for nasty weather

There has got to be a way

Burning down the house

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