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HARRIMAN CITY COUNCIL PASSES BUDGET, DISCUSSES OLD HOSPITAL

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The Harriman City Council passed their budget with no tax increase last night during their meeting. The tax rate will remain the same at $1.22 per $100 of assessed value. The council after the meeting held a work session. City Manager Kevin Helms spoke with them in regards to using the former hospital in downtown Harriman hospital as a new city complex. No final decisions were made in the discussions. The city wants to tear down the older part but keep the newer portion for a possible new city complex.

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