MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami/The Miami Herald) – If you live on Miami Beach, you will pay a little less on your taxes next fiscal year.

According to CBS4 news partner, The Miami Herald, some businesses will pay more in fees and for permits.

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City commissioners gave final approval for the 2013-14 budget, which leans on resort taxes and union concessions to stay in the black.

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Under the approved budget, Miami Beach residents will pay $6.12 per $1,000 of taxable property.

According to the math by the paper, a typical Miami Beach resident with a home valued at $200,000, with the standard homestead exemption and the cap in increased home values that is mandated by state law, would pay $938 in taxes to the city. That’s about $14 less than this year.

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Businesses, meanwhile, face new fees for permitting grease traps. Owners of overcrowded nightclubs will be charged $4 per person over capacity, which is $1 more than before. Everyone will face a new false fire alarm fee.