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Saying it was what voters told them they should do, the Republican majority on the Norwich City Council Monday night approve a preliminary city budget for the next fiscal year that offers deep spending cuts. The 123-million dollar package reduces the city manager’s proposed budget by 5-percent, by eliminating 10 non-education city positions, including two police officers, a senior center driver, and a Public Works engineer. The school budget would get no spending increase. Alderman Joanne Philbrick says they’re listening to the public’s demands. The only no vote came from Democratic Mayor Deb Hinchey.  The temporary budget also calls for no swimming this summer at Spaulding Pond, however, Republican alderman Bill Nash indicates he’ll fight to restore that funding. A public hearing on the proposed budget is scheduled for next Monday.

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