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April 22, 2013

Railport agreement, staff cuts on agendas


In order to make the sewer fund more stable, Kinser will also propose cutting five positions and reducing other expenditures that will have a $679,000 impact. These cuts are needed to close a $760,000 operational expenditures gap the city faces without the rate increase.

Even with the operational cuts, Kinser wrote, the city would still need to implement the 9.5 percent rate increase in order to pursue the SRF loan and the 25th Avenue North pump station project.

The City Council meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Clinton City Hall.

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