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  • Portland City Council approves $189M budget; police, fire jobs still in doubt

    PORTLAND — City residents will not see an increase in property taxes in the next fiscal year, although parking at a meter or getting a marriage license will cost more. There may also be fewer police officers and firefighters on the job, after the City Council on Monday passed a $1...

  • Portland council gets $189M budget proposal

    PORTLAND — The city manager presented a $189 million budget to the City Council this week, a 2.2 percent increase over the current budget. The schools, meanwhile, presented a $91.3 million budget that actually seeks less in local tax money than this year, because of an increase in...

  • Portland library considers service, job cuts

    PORTLAND — The director of the city's public library system says hours at Portland's branch libraries will be cut if the library is flat-funded in its 2010 budget. The library is asking for $3.2 million in funding from the city for 2010, which is about $118,000 more than the curre...