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With reserves threatening to dwindle to dust, Dry Ridge Mayor Clay Crupper said there was “no option” but to seek more revenue for the city.
That additional revenue looks to be coming from an increase in the city’s occupational tax from .5 percent to 1.5 percent on anyone who works in the city limits.
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