• It appears the city council's finance committee is putting the cart before the horse while attempting to bring equity into its business license ordinance.

    While the committee earns praise for at least looking at its antiquated system, it first needs to consider what a lousy job is being done to collect license fees from those who should pay but don't.

  • It was nice meeting you, too. I'm not too much for crowds myself, so I understand. I've seen you and your husband at Kroger a time or two, so that's how I knew who you were. I think your oldest daughter was in some of my son's classes at Turner, too.

    Sk8er Mom

    Wednesday, Oct 31, 2007 (11:10:21 am EDT)

  • Thankfully, its apparently time to turn the page on a payroll tax and move on to more equitable solutions to meet the countys future financial needs.

    Those needs, no matter how the current fiscal courts budget is dissected, will become serious in the near future, and all the carping and whining about buying new vehicles or a Gator for the park wont change a thing.