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State gives Niles extension to approve new financial plan

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NILES, Ohio -

The state is giving The city of Niles another week to approve a plan to fix the looming 1.5 million dollar budget deficit.
The city was scheduled to show the state an approved plan Thursday, but council members didn't pass the mayor's revised plan Wednesday night.
But the chair of the commission, who met with the city this afternoon says before council passes the plan, some items Including the plan to bring in revenue through an impound lot.

"To make sure there's a commitment to having the authority to put those fees in place without that the revenue may not come in and if revenue from the impound lot doesn't come in then how does that affect the rest of the plan?," said Niles Financial Planning and Supervision Commission Chairman Quentin Potter.

Council plans to look at the mayor's plan, and pass it in some form on Monday February 22nd, and Tuesday the 23rd.

They've also scheduled a special meeting with the state on Wednesday Februrary 24th at 5 PM.

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