Brandon voters pass town budget on 4th tryStaff Report | July 09,2013BRANDON- Brandon can start spending money.
The nearly $149,000 in cuts made by town officials to the budget got the approval of voters Tuesday when they passed the $3,147,643 municipal spending budget, 516-399.
This was the fourth time in just as many months that the budget - for the fiscal year that began July 1 - was presented to voters.MORE IN This Just In
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