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Thursday, 27 August 2020 12:58

Randal Cutter's Thoughts On How He Would Meet The Needs of The City’s Budget In The Coming Years.

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The candidates for the Coral Springs Commission, Seat 3, had their Sun-Sentinel interview today. As a part of the discussion, we were asked how we would meet the needs of the city’s budget in the coming years. I gave a comprehensive answer in the time allowed, but also told them that as a commissioner I would make certain that we marketed our community, which is among the safest in Florida, to the businesses who are fleeing from the cities around the country because they are no longer confident that they can protect their people or their property.

I am committed to keeping Coral Springs safe and to continue to develop its business community in creative ways so that our residents do not have to shoulder the city budget in an ever-increasing manner. The video of the interview will be available in the near future!

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