2014 Budget Proposal for the City of York

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In York, Mayor Kim Bracey unveiled her 2014 city budget plan and it does not include a tax increase.  Mayor Bracey says that although she’s glad property taxes will remain the same, the city’s budget is operating as if it was still 2010.  That means there’s been no increase in spending in the past three years to the budget.  Bracey says help needs to come from the state in the form of sales or property tax relief in order to get the city operating at the 2014 level.  Bracey said this $94.7 million budget was a difficult one but she said the city will continue to try and do what it can to save money throughout the coming year.

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