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Final budget and levy set to be approved Dec. 16 by CHRISTIAAN TARBOX Sun POST Newspapers The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners recently voted to approve its maximum 2015 property tax levy and budget, precursors to a final adoption set for mid-December. During the board’s meeting Thursday, Se...Read More
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Final budget and levy set to be approved Dec. 16 By CHRISTIAAN TARBOX Sun POST Newspapers The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners recently voted to approve its maximum 2015 property tax levy and budget, precursors to a final adoption set for mid-December. During the board’s meeting Thursday, Se...Read More
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Board majority says the changes are reasonable BY KATY ZILLMER For the first time in two years, the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners approved a budget with property tax and expenditure increases. But Hennepin County’s Director of the Office of Budget and Finance David Lawless stressed that t...Read More
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The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners, on a vote of five in favor and one opposed, approved a resolution providing a zero-percent increase in their salaries for 2013, and a 2.5 percent increase in 2014. State law requires that any adjustments in commissioners’ salaries must be adopted before ...Read More
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Opposition says Legislature should revisit bill; Constitutional amendment is costly BY KATY ZILLMER [email protected] Two weeks before Election Day, the Hennepin County Board issued preliminary approval of a resolution that states it is opposed to the Photo Identification Constitutional Amend...Read More
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Increase includes salary, health care costs BY KATY ZILLMER Hennepin County, like all of its municipalities and school districts right now, is planning its checks and balances for the coming year. County Administrator Richard Johnson presented the proposed 2013 budget — at a 1.2 percent increase f...Read More
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