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Ed Koryzno, city manager for Ypsilanti, is proposing $1.6 million in city budget cuts over the next three years to preempt projected deficits, the Ann Arbor News reported today. Most controversial among the cuts are allocations to the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) to fund seven routes serving Ypsilanti.
In addition to AATA cuts, numerous staff positions would be eliminated, including the assistant city manager, as well as allocations to an Ypsilanti museum and the Ypsilanti Downtown Development Authority (DDA).
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