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Dan Halvorson, an employee with the city of Willmar, manuevers a steam roller Thursday over a repaved patch of Sixth Street Southwest. City officials say revenues are likely to be flat next year. Every department is looking at how it delivers services -- everything from filling potholes to mowing lawns. City Administrator Charlene Stevens says she and department directors are looking at whether they can do without some things or do things differently. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

City of Willmar, Minn., says its revenues are flat


WILLMAR -- The city may change the level of services next year as officials begin the task of balancing 2013 budget expenditures and projected flat revenues.

"The projected revenues for the city are flat for 2013 and it requires that we have essentially flat expenditures or reduced expenditures,'' said City Administrator Charlene Stevens. "We still have some work to do to get the budget into balance for 2013.''

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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