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Retirement crimp hiring abilities

Possible increases to the police fee became one of the most discussed aspects of the coming city budget cycle, but it was far from the only news out of a meeting of the Keizer Long-Range Planning Committee on Monday, March 9. 

Overall, it was a mixed bag of status quo decisions and looming headaches. 

One bright spot is that the city is . . .

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