CINCINNATI - Hamilton County's Administrator says the county is in good shape financially, even though it's cutting spending for the fourth year in row.
Patrick Thompson presented his budget to commissioners on Monday.
He told commissioners his budget is balanced and does not require a tax increase.
It also doesn't require the county to pull money out of the general fund.
The budget also gives more money to the sheriff's office than what was originally expected.
The City of Cincinnati is just beginning its budget process. Officials expect a $60 million deficit in next year's budget.
The planning department presented its part of the budget to the finance committee Monday.
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