Economy

February 6, 2009 6:55 AM

Charlotte's spending cuts will be tough to miss

Charlotte city departments will cut $10 million in expenses to make up for a decline in sales tax and user fees – and to protect against further economic decline. The cuts also help cover increases in the fire and police department budgets.

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