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Flossmoor looks for needed revenue boost as part of strategic plan

As a multi-year budget deficit continues, Flossmoor officials are looking for ways to increase municipal revenues without overburdening village residents with more taxes.

At a special village board meeting Monday, they considered options to deal with a deficit that’s projected to climb to $1.5 million in the next three years. Board members and village department heads discussed possible financial actions during a session on Flossmoor’s proposed strategic plan, which is close to approval.

The most likely alternative appears to lie with an extra 1 percent in local sales tax. In Flossmoor . . .

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