Vehicles drive over a patchwork of repaired sections of Town and Country Road in Raleigh on Tuesday. City Manager Ruffin Hall’s proposed budget calls for raising taxes to repair and repave city streets. Taxes would go up about $63 a year on a $300,000 home.
Vehicles drive over a patchwork of repaired sections of Town and Country Road in Raleigh on Tuesday. City Manager Ruffin Hall’s proposed budget calls for raising taxes to repair and repave city streets. Taxes would go up about $63 a year on a $300,000 home. cseward@newsobserver.com
Vehicles drive over a patchwork of repaired sections of Town and Country Road in Raleigh on Tuesday. City Manager Ruffin Hall’s proposed budget calls for raising taxes to repair and repave city streets. Taxes would go up about $63 a year on a $300,000 home. cseward@newsobserver.com

Proposed Raleigh budget would raise taxes to repave city streets

May 21, 2014 04:02 PM

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