Council Given $200 Million Draft Budget

Pay Raise, Tax And Rate Increases Proposed In City Spending Plan

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Posted: April 10, 2013

Contractors prepare a ditch for concrete Tuesday at the site of Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation’s new $15 million facility on East Washington Street. The project is included in the current fiscal year’s budget, but a $600,000 annual debt service payment starts with the new fiscal year, according to City Manager Kurt Hodgen. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Excavators dig in an area Tuesday where new offices for the Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation will be located on East Washington Street.
HARRISONBURG — City Manager Kurt Hodgen revealed his proposed fiscal 2014 budget Tuesday night, including a 2 percent pay increase for employees and a 4-cent increase to Harrisonburg’s real estate...

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