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County trims $47.6 million in spending to offset sales tax shortfalls (access required)

Projected shortfalls in sales tax revenue aren’t as dire as Monroe County Executive Adam Bello initially feared, but measures are underway to find nearly $47.6 million in cost savings and thus avoid a property tax increase in 2021. A hiring freeze and/or delay will save $19.5 million, budget reductions within all departments will retain $12.6 million ...
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