Proposed Lackawanna County Budget Does Not Include Tax Increase

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SCRANTON, Pa. -- No tax increase for residents in Lackawanna County.

The commissioners released their proposed budget Monday morning.

They say the plan includes some savings from moving county offices to the former Globe store. However, they still need to close a $2 million gap, meaning the budget is subject to change.

The Lackawanna County commissioners expect to vote on a final budget next month.

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