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Harrisburg budget calls for no tax increases

Harrisburg’s 2008 budget is $111 million and calls for no tax increases and no borrowing, city councilman Dan Miller said.

Harrisburg’s 2008 budget is $111 million and calls for no tax increases and no borrowing, city councilman Dan Miller said.

Last night, city council made changes to the budget it adopted at the end of December.

This year’s budget is $19 million less than last year’s because it does not include $26 million the city needed last year to fix the city’s incinerator, Miller said.

It does include enough money to hire eight more police officers and several other personnel, Miller said.

Council voted to adopt last year’s budget for this year at the end of December until it could agree on a new spending plan.

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