Pawtucket achieves budget surplus for sixth year in a row

PAWTUCKET – The city has achieved a budget surplus for the sixth year in a row, it announced on Feb. 5. According to an independent financial audit by Marcum LLP, the city finished fiscal 2017 with a $134,379 general fund surplus. The surplus was achieved without raising taxes on residents and businesses for the second…

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