Long Beach City Council to hold special meeting on new budget

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LONG BEACH -

A special meeting is scheduled Tuesday night to vote on a proposed $95 million budget in Long Beach.

The outcome could mean a more than 12 percent property tax hike, or $400 more each year, for each Long Beach home.

The Long Beach City Council says they are trying to close a $4.5 million budget hole. 

MORE: Long Beach presents budget with tax hike

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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