Council sets June 9 for budget hearing

By Jon Hawley

The Daily Advance

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Elizabeth City City Council has set a date for the public to weigh in on next year’s $69 million city spending plan that raises the property tax rate, increases the monthly solid waste fee and hikes water and sewer rates.

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Great Budget?

It's good to see that so much was put into the Parks & Recreation budget for the females of all ages. There were park benches so people of all ages could just go, sit and relax or watch their children play. The concrete tables and benches for chess and checkers were a great addition also. Open green space is always beautiful and encourages creativity as well as for just playing catch. You cannot put a basketball court on every street and think you have met every ones need or want.

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