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May 10, 2012 11:59 AM

Cost-cutting needed to close gap in Modesto's proposed budget

Modesto faces a $7.9 million general fund budget gap in the next fiscal year due to stagnant revenues and rising expenses. "I do expect our employees will pitch in as they have done in the past," Mayor Garrad Marsh said.

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