Hillview budget will allow some pay hikes for city employees

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By Thomas Barr

 HILLVIEW - While some governmental agencies are struggling to pay the bills, Hillview city officials will be looking at a financially sound budget heading into the next fiscal year.

Hillview City Council members listened to both an amended budget for 2011-12 and a proposed budget for 2012-13.

In the coming year, the city expects to spend $2.4 million with another $155,473 set to carryover in the general fund.

The revenue includes $1.25 million from the occupational tax and another $250,000 from its share of the insurance premium tax.

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