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The City of Dry Ridge had more money in their pockets heading into the 2014-15 budget after dealing with bone-deep cuts and dwindling reserves the past several years.
While the city’s budget has decreased or remained relatively stagnant recently, the city council’s approved budget for next fiscal year includes increases in nearly every department.
Money has also been budgeted for pay raises and two new employees, if needed.
“I think it was a fair budget,” said Mayor Clay Crupper. “I think it was fair to everybody.”
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