Mayor Gary Crenshaw delivered his annual budget address and a proposed 2009-10 budget to the Lebanon City Council during a special-called meeting May 26.
The proposal includes a decline in revenue and expenditures compared with the projected budget for 2008-09.
"As you are all aware, this year has been traumatic both nationally and locally with the loss of jobs," Crenshaw said.
He added that city officials sympathize with those affected by the economy.
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