Budget committee spent three and a half hours Thursday considering a $160 million, four-year street light replacement plan and authorizing a much-touted new municipal ID program operated by the City Clerk’s office. While both items passed committee, opposition dug in hard, subjecting witnesses to hours of questions.

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