Long Beach residents weigh in on $90M budget proposal

There's another budget hearing next Tuesday, and a vote could come at that time.

There's another budget hearing next Tuesday, and a vote could come at that time. (5/18/16)

LONG BEACH - Long Beach residents are getting to weigh in on a proposed city budget that could raise taxes by 8 percent.

A public hearing was held Tuesday night on plans for a $90 million budget.

The Long Beach City Council just voted to increase beach fees, but it's still trying to fill a budget gap.

There's another budget hearing next Tuesday, and a vote could come at that time. 

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