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Rochester’s budget: More body cameras, slightly higher cost for homeowners (access required)

Mayor Lovely Warren's proposed $552 million spending plan for fiscal year 2019-20 will cost the typical Rochester homeowner $49.56 more a year but closes to zero the $38.7 million gap faced when the budgeting process began. The city also said a typical business (with an assessed property value of $285,200) will pay $450 less during the ...

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