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Indianapolis Fire Department Feels Budget Pinch

May 18, 2004

INDIANAPOLIS -- The City of Indianapolis is cutting budgets by more than $8 million, according to WISH TV in Indianapolis. Public safety made the largest cut at nearly $3 million, meaning that the Indianapolis Fire Department will not be replacing two older fire engines this year. Mayor Bart Peterson called for the latest cuts after learning the city would take in millions of dollars less than expected in property taxes this year.

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