At the Missoula City Council's Committee of the Whole on Wednesday, Mayor John Engen said the expected city tax increase has been neutralized by an increase in the overall tax base of Missoula property.
In an earlier story, KGVO used inaccurate numbers when reporting the projected increase in the city's 2018 budget, incorrectly stating the increase at 18 percent, when the actual increase was only 3.87 percent.
The long journey of the City of Missoula and its effort to acquire Mountain Water Company came to an end on Monday night with a vote to approve the sale of $140 million in bonds to purchase the utility.
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