We need the city to help us understand Faribault’s finances

August 31, 2012 at 11:11 am

“…the Minnesota Taxpayers Association and NAIOP Minnesota, the commercial real estate development association, have been talking with local governments, and community newspapers and chambers in an effort to get volunteer participation … in a City Budget Transparency Project.”

“The Chamber Board of Directors recognizes the opportunity this provides the city: To be a leader in the state in engaging its residents. We do, too.”

“Now, we need the city to see that and jump on board.”
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Entry filed under: Nexus Project, Public Policy | Government Affairs.

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