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Vilas eyes loan, general fund grab to balance budget
By Ken Anderson
News Correspondent

The Vilas County Finance Committee worked through more cuts and  increased projected revenues last week to eliminate an estimated $1.7 million budget deficit.

The committee called for increases in revenues of $135,000 and made additional cuts of $532,958, leaving a 2014 budget shortfall of $1,049,105.

That shortfall is proposed to be covered by short-term borrowing of $500,000 and taking $549,105 from the county general fund.

Five line items were eyed for revenue increases, including

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 6:14 PM
 

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