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THE TRUSTEES SHOULD TAKE A PAY CUT AND DONATE THEIR TIME EFFORTS TO REBUILDING THE VILLAGE. All-Caps-Shouting, but I've already pointed out several times that the trustees and mayor haven't received ANY health benefits for years, since sometime back in the 90s, when they voted to NOT have them.

The village board knows of all of this and chooses to do nothing. THE FACT REMAINS THAT THE MAYOR DOES NOT NEED THE VILLAGE SALARY AND NEITHER DOSE THE VILLAGE MANAGER.

PAL has additional funding, including the town's share; it and DARE are not major drains on the budget, and PAL has had enormous positive influence on the very kids that many are concerned about.

Perhaps the Chief or someone can write about this in the Journal, if they haven't already.

The study examined communities that had or gained Wal-Mart stores in the 1990s and controlled for other variables known to affect social capital stocks in a community, such as educational attainment.

"Both the initial number of Wal-Mart stores and each store added per 10,000 persons during the decade reduced the overall social capital measure," Goetz and Rupasingha found.

Communities that gained a Wal-Mart had fewer non-profit groups and social capital-generating associations (such as churches, political organizations, and business groups) per capita than those that did not.

Is this necessary since we now have Sam Bugna with the Y? Would not the phrase, "You get what you pay for" apply then? A 5% pay cut for each trustee would amount to about 0 saved per year per trustee.The proposed WM would be in Napanoch, OUTSIDE the village!Hence, NO taxes to Ellenville, NO traffic drawn TO Ellenville, NO cash flow to Ellenville as 96% of the money goes overnight to Bentonville Arkansas.The survey also found that the local businesses contributed more to charity than national chains."---And THAT is just ONE study; more studies confirm all this:"Wal-Mart and Social Capital - by Stephan J.Goetz and Anil Rupasingha, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Dec. The presence of a Wal-Mart store reduces a community's level of social capital, this study found.

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