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Redmond City Councilors had to make tough budgeting decisions in the budget just approved last week. The mayor wants to change the process next year. The Council had to cut nearly $2 million from the budget and in order to do that, they had to prioritize what to fund. Mayor George Endicott wants to do things differently next year: “We're going to change next year addressing priorities. I want to start in January prioritizing things, what we call racking and stacking.” Endicott wants to get started on the budget earlier next year, because he believes it will be another tough year.

 

 

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