Friday, June 21, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: June 21, 12:31 am)
Kingston City Council members passed a budget for 2013-14 with little fanfare at a special-called meeting this week, leaving the property tax rate unchanged from last year, but approving a 5-percent increase in city sewer and water rates.
The Monday session included the mandatory public hearing prior to the budget’s second reading; the measure passed without opposition.
The vote itself was quick, with little discussion.
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