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Topic - Steve Tobocman
"We're having a conversation about who is going to manage cutting costs and raising revenues, as opposed to what we are going to do in cutting costs and raising revenues," he said. "I don't feel that the governor or the council or mayor are explaining that well to the general public."
Like many other professionals, Mr. Tobocman, who used to represent the city's Mexicantown area, says he chooses to live in the city rather than the suburbs, citing its cultural appeal and tight community neighborhoods.