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City's $210M budget cuts spending, keeps taxes flat

By COREY DAVIS

Staff Writer

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The Rocky Mount City Council unanimously approved a $210 million operating budget Monday. The budget does not include a property tax increase for the 2014-15 fiscal year, which starts July 1.

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Thanks for this post. In an

Thanks for this post. In an economy like this, a lot of people have their expenses budgeted to the penny making it really difficult when prices start to increase. Food is a basic need that's why we should allocate enough budget for it weekly or monthly. Saving some for the rainy days is very important.

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