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Niagara Falls City Council to take up proposed changes to next year's budget

The Niagara Falls City Council has called a meeting for 4:30 p.m. Monday to discuss potential changes to the mayor's proposed spending plan for 2014.

What those changes might be have yet to be disclosed by the Council. The proposed amendments "are being prepared" and copies will be made available to the press at the meeting, said Kevin Ormsby, the Council's secretary.

Mayor Paul A. Dyster unveiled his proposed budget on Oct. 1, one that would raise the residential property tax rate by 0.03 percent, while the business tax rate would fall by about 0.01 percent.

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