Mass. mayor says school deficit must be filled to avoid tax increase

New Bedford, Mass., Mayor Jon Mitchell is urging the City Council to approve a $3.5 million transfer to schools to avoid triggering a 3.9% increase in the property-tax rate. The transfer, which would close a deficit, was approved by a council subcommittee but has been delayed by the full council since April.

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