Helping Homeowners Understand The Fire Assessment Fee
As City of Gainesville Commissioners wrestle with tough decisions on whether or not to implement a fire assessment fee, they want to make sure homeowners understand the implications of the proposal and what's at risk if it does not pass.
City Manager Russ Blackburn says, without the fee the city would be short 3.79 million dollars and would have to cut as many as fifty jobs to balance the budget.
The commission will vote on the measure Thursday at their weekly meeting, but ahead of that, the city is holding a public information meeting tonight at 6pm at GRU's public multipurpose room.
If you can't make it to that meeting, but still have questions you can call the city's informational hotline at 352-334-5088 or visit Fire Assessment Fee
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