|Published: 9:23 AM, 06/27/2012
||Last updated: 9:26 AM, 06/27/2012
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-The Madisonville final
budget for 2012-2013 is in place without a tax increase yet enough
money to give employees a 2 percent raise, the first in seven years.
In a brief get together Monday evening,
the mayor and aldermen gave the budget a second and final reading.
The property tax rate will stay at 52 cents while the general fund
comes in at $3,438,214.
Street aid fund is set at $107,262 and
the drug investigation fund will have $10,000 available.
See full story in the Wednesday, June 27, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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