Saturday, November 28, 2009

Living High off the Hog: Willoughby

Times are tough. Belts are tightening. Projects put on hold. You have heard it all.

Not in Willoughby, though!

The City of Willoughby is renovating City Hall and offices at cost of $2.2 million dollars. The News-Herald covers this very well, here, and gets comments from Mayor Dave Anderson.

Earlier this month we told you about the raises handed out in Willoughby too. At the end of this article the News-Herald tells us that Mayor Anderson is getting a raise of 7% in 2011.

It seems the Willoughby-Eastlake schools don't feel the pinch everyone has...or the Library either! Both the schools and the Library got the levies they asked for. Click this News-Herald link to find out how much the schools and library are getting this year from you.

Willoughby is doing well in tough times!

1. School levy passes at a cost of about $99 per $100, 000 of valuation,
2. library levy passes at a cost of about $33 per $100, 000 of valuation,
3. the Willoughby Mayor is getting a 7% raise,
4. the Willoughby City Hall is getting renovated for $2.2 million.

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