Reduce tax rate? Hancock says ‘yes’

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Plan now for fiscal year

By Jeff Bryan

The council is months away from discussing the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget, but that isn’t deterring Councilman Rick Hancock from challenging staff and his colleagues to begin the process now.

“What this effort is, is my view, of how I feel the approaching budget could be,” Hancock said during an open discussion at the March 7 workshop. “It allows staff time to put their thoughts together, gives staff direction about how do we see the city moving forward.”

This upcoming budget, Hancock explained, is a culmination of the past three years.

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