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BDEND, OR -- BEND, OR -- The COVID-19 Pandemic will have a negative impact on the Bend budget. City Manager Eric King he expects some big hits to revenues the city relies on. He says with people driving much less, the city’s share of gas taxes will drop. King says another hit is the money the city gets from the transient room tax. He says with the state under a stay-at-home order, there’s going to be a big drop in those revenues. King says he has asked all departments to come up with 5-to-10-per cent budget cuts to be considered by the city council in June.   

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