Letter to the editor: It doesn’t add up

Posted 1/26/18

In the private sector, mergers and acquisitions are common…and are focused on increased efficiency, reduced costs and better customer service. Oddly enough, the merger of local public sector fire …

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Letter to the editor: It doesn’t add up

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In the private sector, mergers and acquisitions are common…and are focused on increased efficiency, reduced costs and better customer service.

Oddly enough, the merger of local public sector fire districts (SMFD, Littleton, HRMD) is going to cost taxpayers more, not less.

How and why would a consolidation of services wind up costing Highlands Ranch residents more money? Please revert to the private-sector model!

Jack Troutman

Highlands Ranch

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