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Harriman City Council’s first look at the city budget doesn’t include many bells and whistles.
The earliest draft calls for no property tax increase.
“I did program in a 3-percent raise” for city workers, said Harriman Treasurer Charles Kerley. “This is included in this target budget I give you here.
Though no tax increase is planned, Kerley said he may recommend rounding up from $1.1933 to $1.20 per $100 valuation. The rounding will make no noticeable difference in people’s bills, he added.
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