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Mayor Jay Gillian presented a $90.7-million budget to Ocean City Council Feb. 28, one that does not include an increase to the municipal tax rate.
After a detailed presentation by city finance director Frank Donato, City Council unanimously endorsed a $78.88-million budget for 2019, one that slightly increases city spending while keeping the municipal tax rate the same as last year.
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