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As the city faces a $400 million deficit, officials are looking for places to cut. And one place for the axe to fall a – neighborhood councils, a system of 89 councils scattered throughout the city that are designed tto serve as liaisons between communities and elected officials,
"When you're $400 million in debt, that luxury may have to wait until another day,"
Al Abrams, the vice president of…
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