Question of the week: Do you support Fairfield’s proposed 1 percent sales tax?

By From page A8 | October 09, 2012

Fairfield voters in November will weigh in on a proposed 1 percent sales tax. Do you support it? Participate in this week’s poll.

Last week’s question: Should we spend significant money on the space program?

Yes: 61 percent

No: 39 percent

28 Daily Republic voters


Discussion | 4 comments

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  • JagOctober 08, 2012 - 6:25 am

    Now is not the time to be asking for a raise, I have to balance on my income and the city of Fairfield should have to do the same.

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  • Make the City live within it's mean!October 08, 2012 - 6:00 pm

    If we can't afford a extra 17 police officers and a fire station full of firefighters..then this is what has to be! Every working family in Fairfield knows the ramifications of voting No on Measure P....It's time to tell the City we can get by on a few less of those quarter million dollar safety employees!

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  • elleryOctober 08, 2012 - 11:34 pm

    our city leaders have turned our city in to a dump of a city which requires hundreds of police officers to keep under control. We need leadership that makes our town a better place to live, and then we wont need hundreds of cops to keep this town from burning to the ground.

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  • I agree with youOctober 09, 2012 - 5:55 pm

    if city leaders spent money to improve our surrounding we wouldn't need as many cops. I went to the council budget sessions..the general fund is literally going almost entirely to safety salaries. our city has too many police officers and we can't afford all those hi salaries

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