Methuen’s budget is passed, and of course that passage has its critics. Naturally, in a political season, there are going to be those who utilize the budget for political purposes. Just a few disjointed thoughts:
1) When a candidate tells you they are opposed to a budget, (or anything else for that matter), ask for specifics. In the case of the budget ask the candidate what services to the public they favor cutting. If they tell you that no services need to be cut have them explain what specifically they would cut from the budget.
2) What would be some questions you would like to see asked at a Mayoral debate?
3) Should a Mayoral debate contain a spelling bee section?
That is all (for now).