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Non-union town employees get raises after all 

Non-union town employees get raises after all 

At least for now Bristol taxpayers were saved a significant property tax increase while the town works to correct the flaws in the recent revaluation completed by Clipboard, Inc. Instead, a minimal increase of around 36 cents per thousand was approved by the Town Council on Thursday, June 5. The total budget of $48,816,228 represents

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Salary hikes for town workers debated by Bristol town leaders

While Bristol’s town council unanimously agreed on the town’s $48 million budget for the next fiscal year, they couldn’t agree on certain components contained within, namely, salary increases for non-union staff and department heads. Going in to the town council meeting on Monday, April 8, when the council approved the provisional budget, council chairwoman Mary

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Bristol begins budget talks by considering 2.9 percent property tax increase

An increase in student enrollment, a bump in pension costs and a loss in state aid will likely result in bigger tax bills for Bristol residents. This week, the Bristol Town Council began its review of the town’s $47,872,964 budget for fiscal year 2014. Prior to meeting face-to-face with each department head to review budget