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a statement of proposed financial expenditures, especially for schools, parks, and other municipal facilities, and often including a plan for financing.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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The strategy also needs to include a
that says how all this great jazz is going to be paid for.
Any needed fiscal stimulus ought to be investment, from the
Any necessary jobs stimulus was to be part of the
, thus spent on projects with a real return.
is financed by general revenues.
items to general fund where annual costs are steady, to reduce bonding and interest expense.
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