To dodge larger property tax hike, Berlin asks feds to cover cost of four firefighters
Grenier noted the city is in a difficult position. The council's preliminary fiscal 2014 budget calls for cutting two firefighters for a savings of about $140,000. Even with that cut and the elimination of three other city positions, the tax rate is projected to go up $1.44.
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