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City crews working shorthanded

May 15, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — As belts get tighter and budgets begin to squeak in the wake of a staggering economic downturn several years running, municipalities are feeling the crunch like everyone else.
And, as is the case with Columbia City, the war on terror joins the economy as a reason for some city departments that are stretched to the limit.
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