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Crawford response to negative ads

Republican Mayoral Primary candidate John Crawford responds to recent negative and misleading campaign ads, in print, on TV, and social media, by his opponent.

Concerns voiced over Council’s personal property tax proposal

Community and government leaders and neighborhood advocates came together today to voice concerns about a proposal that could negatively affect services provided to the public and schools and increase taxes for some homeowners.
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FWCS Budget, slight tax increase in 2017

The Fort Wayne Community Schools Board of School Trustees was presented a budget for 2017 on Monday that is 1.5 percent higher than the 2016 budget.
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City of Fort Wayne 2017 Budget announcement

Mayor Tom Henry today announced the City of Fort Wayne's proposed budget for 2017.
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Statement from the City of Fort Wayne on annexation and schools

Statement from the City of Fort Wayne on annexation and schools.
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Mayor Henry reemphasizes importance of effort to enhance

Mayor Tom Henry's administration today provided an update on the North IV annexation plan.
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FWCS takes step to put tax-neutral project on May 2016 ballot

The FWCS Board of School Trustees voted Monday, Dec. 14, to move forward with the plans to address infrastructure and safety needs at 42 buildings.
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YMCA Before- and After-School child Care to Expand at FWCS

FWCS and the YMCA are working together to expand before- and after-school child care options for parents.
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Mayor Henry reemphasizes importance of fiscal policy to City’s future

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today reemphasized the importance of supporting a fiscal policy plan aimed at positioning the City of Fort Wayne for future growth and success.
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City to hold public meetings on fiscal strategies

The City of Fort Wayne today announced that two meetings have been scheduled in an effort for citizens and business leaders to gain a better understanding of a framework of ideas that have been outlined to save the community money and bring additional revenue to the City.