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Council votes 6-to-1 for tax hike

April 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Despite an outpouring of protest, the City Council voted in favor of a 13 percent supplemental tax hike for 2011 that will cost homeowners and businesses hundreds of dollars, all in hopes of keeping the teetering city from going broke in the days ahead.

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