By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> Residents will get a break on their taxes for a second year
in a row, thanks to the Board of Aldermen Tuesday unanimously approving a $62.4
million budget for fiscal year 2015-16.
“Since I was elected I made lowering taxes a mandate,” said Mayor David
Cassetti. “This is an historic moment for the City of Ansonia, approving a
budget with back to back tax reductions.”
The budget will go into effect July 1, the start of the city’s new fiscal
year. It includes a 1-mill reduction to the city’s tax rate, which the aldermen
also unanimously set on Tuesday at 37.52 mills.
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