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Branscombe blasts 'budget bomb' Now that was a budget bomb. A veteran citycity free shipping cheap Nets jerseys councillor working through her final civic budget blew up Thursday as her colleagues mulled using one time money for $3.1 million in projects in 2014. just stupid, really, Coun. Nancy Branscombe said of the risky plan. look like idiots. I just think it a stupid way to do it. a phrase coined by Coun. Matt Brown, Branscombe called that approach a bomb thatthat cheap Nets jerseys from china will blow up next year: $3.1 million would have to be found by the next council in 2015, and there no guarantee thisthis wholesale Nets cheap jerseys year source, surplus money, will be available then. She successfully pushed council to consider having the $3.1 million in capital projects like $2,0 for bike lanes funded by taxes. That would raise the proposed tax hike dramatically, from $76 to $92 for the average homeowner. Having done what she considers the responsible thing, council now faces tough decisions to reduce the 2014 tax hike, Branscombe said. going to be the toughest budget we had in four years. It going to be hard but it the most fair way to do it. Mayor Joe Fontana is still dreaming of a long shot tax freeze, as he suggested in his state of the city speech this week, Thursday budget debates made it even less likely. But council does have cash to play with.with. wholesale cheap Nets jerseys There a $7.3 million surplus, and the $3.1 million of it politicians would have spent on capital projects before Thursday is now free for other uses. Politicians were also told London tax base grew by $1 million more than expected, giving politicians more than $8 million in new revenue to spend on expanded services for the growing city. And it was that topic where to spendspend cheap Nets jerseys free shipping the so called assessment growth money that sent politicians behind closed doors for more than an hour. On returning, they voted to reduce by 30% the money earmarked for a slew of new hires. Coun. Joni Baechler reasoned the newcomers wouldn be hired until well into 2014, so their full salary isn needed. That move shaved about $4,0 from the budget. Earlier in the day, politicians cut a $255,0 contribution to the city landfill reserve fund and $53,0 for the Downtown London Business Improvement Area. But they voted against cutting $72,0 to protect London environmentally sensitive areas. The $18.7 million London Public Library budget was also approved, up 1.8% over 2013. Bigger issues loom when the debate resumes Friday, particularly the proposed London police budget that includes an increase of $4.3 million (roughly 4% over last year).

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