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Nonprofits make case for allocations from city

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Ciat Shabazz

Willard Bass

Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2013 10:08 pm | Updated: 11:22 pm, Thu Jun 6, 2013.

In the proposed $379 million budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, several nonprofit agencies could receive as much as $2.2 million in federal and local money – about $1.6 million in mostly federal grants, and about $600,000 in property and occupancy taxes.

Monday night, members of some of those nonprofits said thanks during a public hearing of the Winston-Salem City Council’s finance committee.

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