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Tuition Reimbursement Program Touted In County

January 27, 2013

MAYVILLE — Local and state tuition reimbursement programs may entice area firefighters to stick around Chautauqua County....

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Flicka

Jan-27-13 6:40 AM

Don't you have images of Chautauqua County firefighters?

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CharlesK

Jan-27-13 7:57 AM

"Imfeld said the reimbursement program is fully funded by a federal grant and does not involve taxpayer support."

So they just go out back and pluck the money from the grove of money trees????

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sueanne

Jan-27-13 8:15 AM

The reason people don't stay in the area is no jobs. More regulations and higher taxes are the problem and the gov shows no signs of slowing down.

If you are getting something from the gov, you are getting from your neighbor. The gov is funded by the people regardless if its state or fed taxes.

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Girlyman

Jan-27-13 12:36 PM

What a joke, The Jamestown police and fire are making $20,000/yr more than a FBI investigator ,,WHY would they leave Jamestown?

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DanFal

Jan-27-13 1:56 PM

If the money is coming from a federal grant then it is a lie to say it doesn't involve taxpayer money. We all know where the federal government gets their money from. It's called the federal income tax........duh.

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