Surplus, not cuts

Published: Sunday, May. 4, 2014 - 10:05 pm
Last Modified: Monday, May. 5, 2014 - 12:38 pm

Re "A surplus, but no time for a spending spree" (Editorial, April 29): The editorial board brought very good details along with this controversial topic because when it comes to public safety, there are many different views about it.

The facts present a very good argument because in some people's minds, public safety is No. 1 and to others, public safety falls by the wayside.

In the editorial, the picture tells a thousand words because the photograph is of two police officers and the look of lost hope, anxiousness and sadness tells it all. This piece to some people is a tearjerker because if anyone is close to or knows of a public safety member like a firefighter or a police officer knows the pain they go through when it comes to praying to City Hall for a surplus. City Hall is taking right steps but need to take more.

-- Tino Loconte, Granite Bay

© Copyright The Sacramento Bee. All rights reserved.

Sacramento Bee Job listing powered by
Quick Job Search
Sacramento Bee Jobs »
Used Cars
Dealer and private-party ads


Price Range:
Search within:
miles of ZIP

Advanced Search | 1982 & Older