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County Mulls Senior Center

Centralized facility could be an option

January 30, 2014

Belmont County commissioners have set aside $2 million to build or improve senior centers in the county, and now they wonder if building one centralized facility is the best way to spend the money....

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beach1

Jan-30-14 11:51 AM

most of the seniors i know live on the riverfront.why in*****does all our money and services have to go to the parasite onthe hilltop.if they approve a central senior location in the st.parasite i will never vote for a senior levy again! also will start a campaign on the river front to get rid of the commissioners.

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uglyassmf

Jan-30-14 3:34 AM

I know it's cold out but you know, 99 % of the private sector tax paying citizens like myself still go to work every day. If I don't go to work..I don't get paid unless I burn a sick day or a vacation day. I fail to understand why the county employees should be any different. If we all stayed home their would be no money to pay the public employees..just saying..our services are available and the services we pay taxes for should be available to. It's not like there is 3 foot of snow on the ground.

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