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Rep. Diana Urban, D-North Stonington, will meet with residents over coffee and homemade muffins on Friday, April 27, from 8 to 9:30 a .m. at the North Stonington Village General Store Hardware & Café.
For the second straight year, the City Council has asked City Manager John Salomone to present proposed cuts of up to 5 percent of this year's $123.79 million budget total that could be enacted for the coming year.
The proposed 2018-19 borough budget of $1.25 million shows a 5.4 percent or $64,382 increase in spending compared to the current budget. The proposed tax rate is 2.9 compared to the current 2.85, an increase of .05 of a mill.
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