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Last Update Tuesday, November 24th, 2020

A budget deficit projected at just over $1 million is now $2 million, Grants Pass City Manager Aaron Cubic told the City Council on Monday.

The deficit will be much worse without the public safety levy, which voters rejected in the Nov. 3 election and which was the subject of Monday's council workshop. The levy raises about $6 million, roughly a quarter of the Public Safety budget next year of $26.3 million. Read More »

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