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This afternoon, there's another opportunity for junior taxing districts to find out how tax increment financing works and how it might – or might not – affect them. It's essentially a Chelan City Council workshop to which representatives of the junior taxing districts have been invited to sit in. City Councilman Tim Hollingsworth says the TIF proposal, which is meant to fund water services in East Chelan as well as a backup water system for the city, is a huge project for a city Chelan's size, and is tough to get your head around:

The meeting gets underway at 2pm at city hall. The public is invited to attend, but no public comment will be taken.

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