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Old fuel tanks take bite from Ballston spending plan

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The proposed 2014 budget for Ballston has no town or highway taxes, includes funds to replace aging underground fuel tanks, gives a slight raise to nonunion town employees and predicts a healthy increase in revenue from mortgage tax collections. Ballston Supervisor Patti Southworth said her focus in crafting the budget was to meet the needs of the town while not losing sight of the fact she was spending taxpayer money and needed to be fiscally ...

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