May 19, 2013
Proposed budget cuts for Jefferson City are expected to hit city services. The police, fire and public works departments account for the three largest chunks of city expenditures. While those departments provide services residents consider the most important, City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus says there will be no way to avoid cutting them. (File photo)
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City administrator’s budget lays out cuts, new procedures
Jefferson City is facing another dismal fiscal year, and City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus said people likely will feel the effects in the more basic city services. Last week, Nickolaus revealed his draft of the 2014 budget, which is the first step in a months-long process to get to an approved budget.
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