Proposal calls for real estate tax rate to remain the same; electric rates to go up
By Tom Wilmoth
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 9:48 am
Bedford Town Council got to work this week dissecting a proposed budget from town staff that raises electric rates by 2 percent, but leaves real estate property taxes at its current rate.
Town Manager Charles Kolakowski presented his budget to council last week and work on it was scheduled to begin in earnest by council yesterday during a work session.
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