Durham News

February 20, 2014 5:03 PM

Tax hike, budget gap in city’s 2014-15 outlook

Durham citizens can expect their property taxes to rise next fiscal year, while Durham officials can expect to wrestle with a $4.3-million income-outgo gap in the 2014-15 city budget.

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