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January 22, 2014 6:34 PM

SLO City Council debates what to cut if voters reject sales tax increase

As the city prepares for the stark reality that it could lose $6.5 million in annual revenue with the looming sunset of its sales tax increase, dueling opinions within the City Council on how to prepare for the revenue loss emerged on the dais Tuesday.

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