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May 11, 2014 5:50 PM

Merced City Council to give $194 million budget a closer look; youth advocates to present plan

Merced’s budget could be put under a microscope Monday during another study session. The first study session was an introduction, but this session is supposed to delve into the details, and youth advocates will be watching closely.

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