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By David Martin

City cautious about tax revenue


The next three months will be very telling as far as what the City of Green River’s budget will look like.

Finance Director Chris Meats said the year-to-date average for the city’s sales tax revenue is down 22 percent from prior years, resulting in the city sitting at about 6 percent under their budget for the year.

“The outlook is not, unfortunately, great,” Meats said.

Meats said the fiscal outlook from the state also suggests revenues will continue downward. However, one silver lining to that outlook is the state should not experience the severe drops which occurred last year. De...

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