Prospective investors often look at a number of factors when considering putting their money into an organization — stability in management, soundness of decisions, financial practices.
Taxpayers are no different.
On March 3, voters will decide whether they want to increase property taxes to pay for projects across Luna Community College’s service area. Based on Luna’s track record of recent years, we urge taxpayers to vote no.
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