The proposed 2013 Scranton budget survived a second reading yesterday with the same 3-2 vote with which it was introduced. It calls for a12 percent property tax increase, and a one percent commuter tax on those who work in Scranton but don't live there. That will require the court's okay. A hearing is set for the 10th. The proposed plan also includes pay raises for six employees. Two council members plan to add amendments that would lop those hikes out of the spending plan. The amendments are expected next Thursday, when the proposed budget comes up for adoption. The Pennsylvania Economy League says the city has to go higher than that 12 hike.