New Haven mayor’s first budget proposal to include significant cuts, tax increase

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Elm City Mayor Justin Elicker will submit his first budget proposal Monday.

He says it includes significant cuts and a modest tax increase. The first-term Democrat says it has no gimmicks or measures to kick the can down the road.

He tweeted that he inherited a financial mess made over decades but now it’s time to fix it.

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