$48M city budget unveils financial toll of chaotic year

The city’s budget committee gave its blessing to a $48 million budget after two meetings in the first week of May.

The budget, which covers everything from office supplies to road work, includes nearly $9 million in spending for infrastructure-type projects and approximately $1.8 million in debt service payments.

City residents can expect small increases in water and sewer rates and a $1 increase in the police services fee if . . .

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