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    Mayor Nick Isgro listens as Rien Finch asks Isgro about possible budget cuts during a city council meeting in the City Council Chamber at The Center on Tuesday. Waterville City Council took the second, final vote on a $41.9 million municipal and school budget for 2018-19. Mayor Nick Isgro said he will veto anything above a 3 percent tax increase and this budget represents an 8.3 percent increase.

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    Mayor Nick Isgro presides over a city council meeting at the City Council Chambers at The Center on Tuesday. Waterville City Council took the second, final vote on a $41.9 million municipal and school budget for 2018-19. Mayor Nick Isgro said he will veto anything above a 3 percent tax increase and this budget represents an 8.3 percent increase.

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    Waterville City Council takes 2nd vote on budget - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Mayor Nick Isgro presides over a city council meeting at the City Council Chambers at The Center on Tuesday. Waterville City Council took the second, final vote on a $41.9 million municipal and school budget for 2018-19. Mayor Nick Isgro said he will veto anything above a 3 percent tax increase and this budget represents an 8.3 percent increase.

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    Waterville City Council takes 2nd vote on budget - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Mayor Nick Isgro presides over a city council meeting at the City Council Chambers at The Center on Tuesday. Waterville City Council took the second, final vote on a $41.9 million municipal and school budget for 2018-19. Mayor Nick Isgro said he will veto anything above a 3 percent tax increase and this budget represents an 8.3 percent increase.

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    Waterville City Council takes 2nd vote on budget - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Mayor Nick Isgro presides over a city council meeting at the City Council Chambers at The Center on Tuesday. Waterville City Council took the second, final vote on a $41.9 million municipal and school budget for 2018-19. Mayor Nick Isgro said he will veto anything above a 3 percent tax increase and this budget represents an 8.3 percent increase.

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