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Bozeman Finalizes City Annual Budget

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BOZEMAN - The city of Bozeman now has a budget for the 2014 fiscal year in place.

The budget sits at about $75 million, $26.9 of that will make up the general fund, which is the city's main operating account.

The recommended budget showed an average taxpayer will pay about $45 in property taxes, but Commissioners decided not to implement a water rate increase. Now, each taxpayer will only pay about $41 per year.

"I think it was a productive night. We've got a budget that allows us to allocate resources to the city commissioners priority and accomplish them in this upcoming year,' said Chris Kukulski, Bozeman City Manager.

The 2014 year budget is down about $10 million from the 2013 budget.

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