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Newton Daily News
Improvements to police memorial proposedThe city is required to maintain a 25 percent ending fund balance in the genera
Improvements to police memorial proposed
Newton Daily News / Posted 21 hours ago
The city is required to maintain a 25 percent ending fund balance in the general fund. Any amount more than the required 25 percent is then available to be used for one-time purchases. “It is available to spend without any harm to our budgets,”... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Elyria fire truck need 'dire'ELYRIA — City officials made a point of pulling all capital expenditures from t
Elyria fire truck need 'dire'
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 2 days ago
ELYRIA — City officials made a point of pulling all capital expenditures from this year’s budget due to tight finances, but a last-minute deal to purchase a new fire truck is in the works. Fire Chief Rich Benton approached the City Council Finance... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Proposed fix to Liberty Street collapse saves $28M, cuts three yearsThursday, August 27, 11:46 AM EDT The longtime homeowners� association preside
Proposed fix to Liberty Street collapse saves $28M, cuts three years
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
Thursday, August 27, 11:46 AM EDT The longtime homeowners� association president of Riverwalk Townhomes at the Plaza thinks it should have been done sooner. Or the Downtown street collapse that�s caused more than just an eyesore should never have... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Curry administration, council agree on quicker and cheaper Liberty Street fixWednesday, August 26, 11:21 AM EDT Mayor Lenny Curry�s administration pitched
Curry administration, council agree on quicker and cheaper Liberty Street fix
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
Wednesday, August 26, 11:21 AM EDT Mayor Lenny Curry�s administration pitched a way Wednesday to expedite repairing sections of the Downtown street that fell into the St. Johns River in February, while demolishing other parts. Curry�s five-year... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Jiles: Purchasing cards may be reissued"My goal is to reissue P-cards ... towards the end of September after a trainin
Jiles: Purchasing cards may be reissued
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
"My goal is to reissue P-cards ... towards the end of September after a training session has been performed for all department heads and other employees who have the privilege of " carrying them, Jiles said during a council Finance Committee... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Paterson late in sending out its tax billsPATERSON — The city is running about a month late in issuing the first property
Paterson late in sending out its tax bills
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 16 days ago
PATERSON — The city is running about a month late in issuing the first property tax bills under the new assessments set in the recent revaluation, officials said. The bills will be far from routine because they will provide Paterson property owners... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Committee has recycling plans Aug. 18, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The Huntington City Council Finance Co
Committee has recycling plans
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
Aug. 18, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - The Huntington City Council Finance Committee unanimously approved recommending a plan to the full council that would provide $20,000 to the Cabell County Solid Waste Authority's... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
A $19M difference between opening days for budgetFriday, August 14, 10:05 AM EDT Twelve months ago, the City Council Finance Co
A $19M difference between opening days for budget
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
Friday, August 14, 10:05 AM EDT Twelve months ago, the City Council Finance Committee on its first day of budget hearings stared at a nearly $20 million hole. After Thursday, the first day of hearings for fiscal 2015-16, the group is up almost $1... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Jonesboro Finance Committee considering special election to raise sales taxesThe City of Jonesboro may hold a special election in November to raise 2 sales
Jonesboro Finance Committee considering special election to raise sales taxes
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 29 days ago
The City of Jonesboro may hold a special election in November to raise 2 sales taxes. The City Council Finance Committee will consider whether to pass an ordinance about that election to the full council on Tuesday, Aug. 11. The special election... Read more

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