HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - Holland residents apparently sent some mixed signals about police and fire protection, according to results of a poll conducted for the city. Officials of Hope College’s Frost Center reported their findings to Council members last night, as phone canvassing of over 500 persons, conducted in November, indicted 49 percent support for keeping public safety services at current levels as long as the tax rate remains constant, with 34 percent willing to pay more for such security. The survey was designed to help city leaders pinpoint priorities in advance of formulating a new municipal budget for Fiscal 2014. The Frost Center officials will repeat their findings in a formal Council meeting next Wednesday evening.
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