Youngsters delight over piglets at the Forest Park Animal Farm in June 2005. The petting zoo is among several programs that may be cut from Everett’s budget for next year because of a budget deficit. (Dan Bates / Herald file photo)

Youngsters delight over piglets at the Forest Park Animal Farm in June 2005. The petting zoo is among several programs that may be cut from Everett’s budget for next year because of a budget deficit. (Dan Bates / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Everett budget cuts will be felt but are necessary

The mayor wants cuts to staff and popular programs, but waiting will bring the loss of much more.

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