(By using that casino money as you said to save jobs, doesn’t that turn a city employees vote on July 16th to a vote on their job instead of a vote for or against the casino?)
“When people go into that ballot box they can do whatever they want to do. I brought it up because I wanted to be up front and to let you know we can cover the $4 million this upcoming fiscal year,” said Mayor Sarno.
(But if you don’t get the project there will be significant layoffs next year?)
“There’s no way with six successive years of cuts. I ask people the residents of the city, they’ve been very good to me, it’s up to them,” said Mayor Sarno.
So now this goddamn casino is holding our city hostage.