Taxpayers in Cape May will be happy. A proposed two cent tax increase is down to six-tenths of a cent. Mayor Ed Mahaney said council approved the changes on Tuesday and that all members of council are happy with the budget. The cuts came across departments and represented a group effort, according to the mayor. The public hearing will be held on April 20 for the budget. Final passage is scheduled for May 3.
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