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Seaside budget brighter, but city loses key employees

Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 11:36 am

SEASIDE — While the economic side of Seaside’s city budget appears to be on the upswing, the city did suffer some losses this year, noted City Manager Mark Winstanley, who delivered the city’s annual budget message Monday night.

“We are going to spend a whole bunch of time looking at a whole bunch of numbers,” Winstanley told the budget committee, composed of the City Council plus seven local residents. “That’s about capital.

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