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RNC Chairman Reince Priebus will speak,S.The tournament has a $2,” the statement asked further Stauss instead suggested the 10 percent increase be reduced to a 5 percent increase“My first obligation is to the residents” Stauss said “I just believe the people are getting taxed an awful lot”Stauss referred to the $100 to $200 increase in property taxes most East Grand Forks homeowners would see if the 10 percent levy were to standStauss added he was concerned that tax increases would also hurt the city’s ability to maintain its populationCouncil member Dale Helms agreed with Stauss’ position on the tax being too high saying that he was afraid it would start a trend of continual tax increasesCouncil member Henry Tweten spoke out in defense of the levy saying that the city’s expanded housing base would help the city gain revenue back after former Gov Tim Pawlenty cut Local Government Aid in 2009“Local Government Aid saw a $25 million reduction by Pawlenty and that hurt us substantially” Tweten saidAccording to City Administrator David Murphy LGA for East Grand Forks is normally equal to the revenue brought in by the city’s property tax levy which was set at $3218586 for next year 10 percent higher than the current year’s $2925988Tweten said keeping the 10 percent increase on the property tax levy would get the city in good financial shape within three years without having to reduce services to the cityFinance Director Karla Anderson said that if the property tax levy were set at a 5 percent increase the city would have to find a way to cut the 2015 budget by $186148Moving forwardAccording to City Attorney Ron Galstad Stauss must draw up his objections to the levy within four days which will put the item on the next City Council meeting agenda onDec 16 the earliest time the council can vote to either override Stauss’ veto with a vote of six council members out of seven or accept his new proposalIf the veto is overridden the 10 percent increase in the property tax levy will stand If the council comes forward with a new proposal Stauss can also veto that but that would cause complications for the city as its final deadline to submit its budget and levy to the state for certification isDec 29EDA funding The council also approved the 2015 city budget at $9182523 which is higher than 2014’s $8893717The budget included a new appropriation of $109525 for the newly restructured Economic Development Authority Murphy said the EDA has been running off reserve funds since LGA was cut in 2009But now Murphy said LGA has improved and there is enough in the city’s general fund to appropriate more money for the EDA which could no longer sustain itself on reserve funds Saraki has been collecting salaries from Kwara State government ? “With few,000 views.

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