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Correction

Corrections

The Boulder City Review incorrectly reported the percentage of annual funds the city spends to pay its council in its story March 5. About $123,000 of the city’s approximate $30 million budget is used to pay for the council’s salaries, retirement benefits and travel, along with a few other expenditures. This total equates to about .4 percent of the city’s budget.

The Boulder City Review corrects its errors. Please contact us if you believe you have identified an error in the newspaper. Call Hali Bernstein Saylor at 702-586-9523 or email her at hsaylor@bouldercityreview.com.

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