Compared to neighboring libraries, our tax base is small, with little room for growth, and residents feel pinched
by property taxes.
While consumers may be feeling good in a strong economy and willing to pay for your goods and services, they eventually may feel pinched
by rising rates and pull back on spending.
But in Wales there is a very clear reason why so many people feel pinched
with good reason - pay levels are atrocious.
"For example, despite some signs of an economic recovery, many shoppers continue to feel pinched
, and they are taking steps to stretch each paycheck."
If anything, I feel pinched
- and not just because the pet lobster is on the loose.
Asia may start to feel pinched
, however, from the already deep cuts in the Iranian imports as the supply outlook for some of the alternative grades worsens.
''I would think we will feel pinched
right after the construction finishes.''
Despite the growth in orders, these export-oriented machine-tool firms are beginning to feel pinched
by the continually rising local currency against the greenback.
They are the natural place to go when people feel pinched
, all of those years of "low prices, always" mantras paying off.
"The effects of Hurricane Katrina have caused consumers to feel pinched
by rising gas prices that stand at nearly three dollars per gallon throughout the state," said Quinn.
With stock trading also seen certain to be undertaken increasingly off the exchange as a result of rising computerized trading, the TSE will likely feel pinched
financially, industry sources said.