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Harriman budget still being tweaked

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By Cindy Simpson

Harriman city government spent more than they took in last fiscal year.


Harriman Treasurer Charles Kerley said the city ended the year spending $233,312 more than was brought in in revenue last fiscal year.


Harriman City Council has yet to approve a first or second reading of fiscal year 2012 budget.


Part of their discussions this month include how the past year has closed out.


Kerley said the city had to dip into its fund balance during budget talks for the current fiscal year.


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