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4-year Johnstown finance plan sees tax rise

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The city of Johnstown must either cut services or “taxes must increase substantially” to pay for the rising costs of Johnstown’s police, fire and DPW workers, according to a four-year financial plan released by the city Treasurer last week. City Treasurer Mike Gifford is required to write the multi-year financial plan by New York state’s Aid and Incentives for Municipalities program, known as AIM. The report details the importance of state aid to the city’s ...


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