|To the Editor: Wood Lane needs to trim back services|
|Written by Tom Zeigler|
|Friday, 01 November 2013 09:47|
Wood Lane needs to cut the programs they have added and now cannot afford along with any older programs they cannot afford at this time. Also institute a wage and benefits freeze and/or cuts.
Require clients to acquire aid and assistance elsewhere here before even being accepted as clients. Reassess staffing and management levels and make reductions, basically downsize.
After doing this they will find themselves in today's world. Because the days of putting a levy on the ballot just because your revenues are less than your expenditures should be over. When our budgets start to be more expenditures than revenues, we make changes, because there is no levy to bail us out.
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