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Elizabethtown and Radcliff heard first readings of their operating budgets Monday as the two cities look to make adjustments for the new fiscal year.
Elizabethtown’s budget will borrow nearly $1 million from reserves to offset costs of capital projects paid for through the general fund while Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall successfully lobbied for the removal of $1 million from reserves to pay off the outstanding debt on the Challenger Learning Center, which is being rented to the Regional Education Center.
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