As the Tacoma City Council prepares to vote on the city’s spending plan for the next two years, some council members are ramping up for a fight to get more money for police and fire, which they argue haven’t been adequately restored after deep budget cuts in the wake of the recession.
As the Tacoma City Council prepares to vote on the city’s spending plan for the next two years, some council members are ramping up for a fight to get more money for police and fire, which they argue haven’t been adequately restored after deep budget cuts in the wake of the recession. Thinkstock photo
As the Tacoma City Council prepares to vote on the city’s spending plan for the next two years, some council members are ramping up for a fight to get more money for police and fire, which they argue haven’t been adequately restored after deep budget cuts in the wake of the recession. Thinkstock photo

Boosts to Tacoma police and fire budgets aren’t enough, some council members say

November 13, 2016 08:22 AM

UPDATED November 14, 2016 02:12 PM

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