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Public meeting planned for Harrison budget

The Village of Harrison's budget process is moving along, with two meetings planned over the next few days.

The first will be a special council meeting, where council will hear about this year's proposed budget. That meeting is expected to be held Thursday morning, said CAO Ian Crane.

A second public meeting will be held Tuesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. at Harrison Memorial Hall. That meeting will include a presentation by Dale Courtice, the Village's Director of Finance, and will include a chance for the public to ask questions.

 

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