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While there was some good news when city council members sat down Monday to begin work on the 2022-2023 budget, there were some hard facts to face and financial challenges to overcome in keeping the city operational.“It’s our first budget (workshop session) and first budget with (City Manager) Joe (Hines),” said Mayor Josh Stevens. “I’m excited if you can be excited.”Hines was hired as city manager late last year.City officials are facing appraisal property values increasing in a budget that has seen preliminary expenditures exceed revenues by over $300,000, Hines said.“We want to start with a very lean budget,” Hines ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331