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City Council nixes advertising higher real estate tax
The Daily Progress Thursday, February 01, 2018 at 11 p.m.

The Charlottesville City Council on Thursday decided to against advertising a higher real estate tax for the upcoming fiscal year, but staff will need to reduce approximately $700,000 in expenditures to meet the full funding request from the city school division.

City officials said they are planning to have a balanced budget for the fiscal year 2019 ready by next week. The city needs to have a balanced budget ready by next week so that the legally required 30-day notice for the first public hearing, which is scheduled for March 19, is advertised on time.

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