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Halfway through budget year, Flossmoor board cautiously optimistic

With an active six months of the 2017-18 fiscal year under its belt, the village of Flossmoor faces some potentially tough financial decisions. As the board of trustees wrestles with questions about infrastructure improvements, residents must consider approving a sales tax increase that village administrators claim is critical to keep the budget on safe ground. Village Manager Bridget Wachtel laid out the mid-year budget review at the board meeting on Dec. 18, offering numbers, charts and context for the village’s financial health.  “The biggest pressure is what we foresee as a continued use of . . .

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