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The city is proposing $170 million in budgeted total revenue and $179.5 million in total expenses — an increase by about $13 million in revenue and $16.6 million in expenses from the current fiscal year that ends June 30, the city's accounting manager said.

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It’s nice to celebrate good news, and the fact that sales tax revenues increased over 4% in Enid last year — despite a pandemic year full of economic struggles — is good news indeed.

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City commissioners have several options to discuss during their regular meeting at 6:30 p.m.: Lifting the state of emergency set to expire June 30; continuing phase two as planned; or adopting Gov. Kevin Stitt’s statewide Open Up and Recover Safely Plan.