New Rochelle budget could hike taxes by nearly 2%

New Rochelle City Manager Charles Strome says the $266.5 million budget is balanced and would maintain service levels after dramatic changes in economic conditions caused by the coronavirus.

News 12 Staff

Nov 4, 2022, 4:30 PM

Updated 567 days ago

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Taxes may be going up for New Rochelle residents.
The city just released a draft of the 2023 budget, which would hike taxes by just under 2%.
That means the average homeowner would pay $72 more next year.
New Rochelle City Manager Charles Strome says the $266.5 million budget is balanced and would maintain service levels after dramatic changes in economic conditions caused by the coronavirus.
The budget also adds nine police officers and five firefighter positions.


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