Friday, August 09, 2013Author: Reed Johnson
(Last modified: 2013-08-09 16:55:22)
Source: The Herald-News
With a possible projected shortfall of nearly $47,000, Graysville city commissioners will be searching for ways to balance the town’s 2013-14 budget without a tax increase, city officials said on Thursday.
At a Graysville Board of Mayor and Commissioners meeting, Graysville City Recorder Michelle Horton alerted city officials that with current projections, the city could face a shortfall of nearly $27,000; however, that estimate is set to swell to nearly $47,000 after city commissioners approved repairs for one of the city’s fire engines.
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