STAMFORD, Conn. — The Stamford Board of Representatives voted 30-6 on Monday night to approve a $530 million budget for the next fiscal year, according to the Connecticut Post.
The budget is expected to bring a tax increase of 2.7 percent, the Post said.
The board also approved a $77 million capital budget, the story said.
The Board of Eduction’s share of the budget totaled $292 million, (with $29 million from outside grants), with the city's share coming in at $214 million, the Post said.
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