Boca Raton City Manager Leif Ahnell has created a budget that does not require property tax increases. A draft budget distributed to city officials will levy taxes at a rate of about $3.30 per $1,000 valuation. User fees will rise, with parking meters and traffic fines, as well as sanitation fees, helping to make up the tax revenue shortfall. The budget will be voted on September 23.
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