Real pain for local governments could come later
By Tom Larson
Hits to the budgets of local governments following Gov. Tim Pawlenty's cuts Tuesday won't be quite as painful as expected this year. It's 2010 that could really pack a wallop for cities, counties and school districts.
"It isn't a pretty picture, moving forward," said Stevens County Coordinator Jim Thoreen.
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