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Evans’ budget prioritizes public safety, neighborhoods, economy (access required)

  The proposed city of Rochester budget includes a 9.6 percent increase in spending — with public safety, neighborhoods and economic empowerment among the priorities — but no change in the tax levy. Mayor Malik Evans unveiled on Friday morning in City Council chambers the $627.4 million proposed budget for fiscal year 2022-23, which begins on July ...
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