NEW HAVEN, CT — Mayor Toni Harp is proposing a 11 percent tax increase. She criticized the state for sending more aid to other cities.
Her budget recommends a 1.52 percent increase in the general city budget and an 18 percent increase in the capital budget, according to the New Haven Register. She is also recommending a $5 million increase to the Board of Education budget.
It would be the first mill rate increase since Harp took office in 2014. The new mill rate would be 42.98.
The city is expected to lose $17 million between decreased state aid and building permit fees, according to the New Haven Independent.
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