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In a message dated 96-03-23 04:40:36 EST, you write:
> The North Cambridge News is seeking information on other
> community-based newspapers which may receive funding from their town,
> city or state. Any information you would have would be appreciated.
> -Alma Balonon-Rosen
> for the North Cambridge News, Cambridge, MA
Sorry it took so long to reply. Have you considered other ways to partner
with the city so that you are raising more revenue but they are "buying"
something of value to them?
I do this kind of thing in my consulting practice, so I might be able to
offer some "back of the envelope" suggestions if I knew more about your
circumstances. Feel free to drop me a line if you wish to "discuss" this
further by E-mail or call (312) 883-0853.
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