Fort Lauderdale home owners whose property values didn’t drop last year will pay more in taxes, but most city residents can’t say that, and will see property tax cuts under a preliminary budget approved Wednesday. City commissioners said they would dip into reserves, cut vacant city staff positions and increase traffic fines through stop-light cameras.
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