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Library, police department facing budget cuts in 2014

10:24 PM, Mar. 5, 2013
A boy reads a book in the children's section of the Mead Public Library in downtown Sheboygan. City budgetmakers are recommending a $71,000 cut in library funding in 2014.
A boy reads a book in the children's section of the Mead Public Library in downtown Sheboygan. City budgetmakers are recommending a $71,000 cut in library funding in 2014.
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While the actual 2014 budget is months away from being approved, Sheboygan city department heads are under orders to not increase spending next year and the Mead Public Library and the city's police department may see their funding cut under guidelines recommended by aldermen.

On Monday, the Common Council passed a resolution accepting the Strategic Fiscal Planning Committee's recommendation that there be no budget increase in 2014 over this year and that the Mead Public Library's funding be cut by 3 percent from its current budget of $2.377 million, or roughly $71,000.

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