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May 16, 2013

FY14 budget sent to council

Tax rate almost certainly will rise again


On Monday, June 3, they will move on to the library, Council on Aging, youth services, veterans, Community and Economic Development, Conservation Commission, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, regional health, city clerk, election/registration and City Council budgets.

Finally, councilors will wrap up the hearings on Wednesday, June 5, when they discuss the police, harbormaster and fire department budgets.

The Finance Committee will make their budget recommendations on Monday, June 10, and a final vote will be taken by the City Council following a public hearing on Tuesday, June 18.

FY2014 begins July 1 and runs through June 30.

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