CORRECTION

An editorial in Friday's paper concerning Willard's proposed income tax increase contained two numerical errors. In November, voters rejected a two-year income tax increase of .25 percent that would have helped pay for road repairs and increased fire and police forces. The city will put a five-year, 0.125 increase proposal on the ballot in May that will pay for police service.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

An editorial in Friday's paper concerning Willard's proposed income tax increase contained two numerical errors.

In November, voters rejected a two-year income tax increase of .25 percent that would have helped pay for road repairs and increased fire and police forces. The city will put a five-year, 0.125 increase proposal on the ballot in May that will pay for police service.