Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 4:30 pm (Updated: October 4, 4:30 pm)
ALICE DU PONT
The City of Quincy’s budget for fiscal year 2012-2013 is a little less than $30 million, which is less than the previous year. Of that amount, approximately $7.9 million will be used to operate the general government.
There will be no increase in property taxes, and the millage rate will remain the same as the past fiscal year.
There will be an increase in garbage and sewage up to $29.13 monthly, but that rate is locked in for the next five years.
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