|Published: 8:43 AM, 06/20/2012
||Last updated: 8:46 AM, 06/20/2012
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
It's the time of year when small town
officials began to wring their hands as the deadline for a final
But for at least two Monroe County
towns, this year might not be as trying as past budget workings.
Vonore, which passed the first reading
of approving the 2012-2013 fiscal budget last week, has estimated
revenues for the next 12 months at $1,564,520,which matches their
proposed budget for that same 12 months.
But the best news for the lakeside town
is that it will start the year with nearly $84,000 more than it needs.
Town Recorder Rodney Tallent said this
is mainly due to all departments, with the exception of the Fire
Department, coming in under budget. Fire departments, while providing
a vital service, do no generate income.
See full story in the Wednesday, June 20, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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