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Office for the Aging seeks $500K hike for ‘14

August 22, 2013

MAYVILLE — The Office for the Aging will be requesting a $500,000 increase in its 2014 budget. OFA Director Dr....

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Aug-22-13 5:47 PM

Just had a nice chat with Dr Spanos who said they are always looking for volunteers! Who's in? Lets roll folks,talking is done!

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Aug-22-13 4:26 PM

Wait just a darn minute here.I and I'm sure others like me have plenty of spare time on my hands. How about the OFA having a list of who needs what. Heck I'll bet Christopher and I could find common ground helping our Seniors. I'll call and see what they have to say.

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Aug-22-13 12:16 PM

What an outcry...

Sell the CCH! Cut OFA funding! Make seniors leave their homes for a facility because they can't get the help they need!

Geeez...glad to see that no one's going to be a senior citizen who one day might need that same assistance.

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Aug-22-13 11:19 AM

close the county home.and give them some of that money

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Aug-22-13 11:01 AM

Nothing is impossible for the person who does not have to do it.

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Aug-22-13 7:53 AM

that's $100,000 per senior citizen---The Gov can't do this cost effectively! No more wasted money!!! We dump so much money into CRIC and other programs already!!!

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Aug-22-13 7:06 AM

No, no, no, NO!!! We need to privatize the entire operation!!!

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