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When the Killeen City Council held its second and final public hearing on the proposed city budget last week, seven residents stepped forward to speak.
The city got just what it asked for.
On Aug. 25, Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas with 130 mph winds and historic, torrential rainfall that devastated a wide swath of southeastern Texas.
The waiting is almost over.
How do you want the city to spend your tax money?
To the Editor:
The reality of Killeen’s budget crunch just hit home.