The city council gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a $95.9 million general fund budget that includes a 2 percent raise for the city’s nonunion employees during the budget year that begins Oct. 1.
The council also approved on first reading a slightly lower tax rate — a reflection of the uptick in the taxable value of city property as the real estate market rebounds from the housing bust.
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