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Saratoga Springs budget plan cuts taxes, raises spending

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The city’s 2013 comprehensive budget proposal unveiled Tuesday night projects a $2.5 million increase in spending over 2012 but no increase in taxes. City Finance Commissioner Michele Madigan, the city’s chief budget officer, is proposing a $39.7 million 2013 budget, with the major increases coming from mandated cost increases such as wages, benefits, retirement, insurance and utilities. She said during her budget presentation at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that the proposed budget is defined by ...


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