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(Portland, OR)  --  City officials say fiscal responsibility and higher-than-expected tax revenues will provide Portland with an additional ten-and-a-half-million dollars to spend this year.  It's the first time in a decade the city has had a budget surplus to work with.  Mayor Charlie Hales says he'd like to spend a portion of the money on new school students, aid for the homeless, and emergency preparedness.

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