Harriman Mayor Chris Mason doesn’t plan on a tax increase when he proposes a budget to the Harriman City Council.
Mason has said in the last two years that a tax increase will become necessary, but he’s stretching the pennies for now.
“We are trying to make it to 2016,,” said Mason.
That is when the city will come out from under its debt obligation for money borrowed for infrastructure in Midtown’s Pinnacle Pointe shopping center.
He estimates that will free up about $350,000 in cash flow.