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TRUMBULL — The Board of Finance achieved its goal of passing a 2020-21 budget that did not increase taxes. But even as the members voted, they acknowledged that they were setting themselves up for a challenging budget process next year.
“Next year, we’ll have a lot of problems to solve that we’re creating this year,” said Vice Chairman Paul Timpanelli during the June 8 meeting. “But this year, clearly, is the time to do what we’re doing.”