THE WOODBURY COUNTY BUDGET PROCESS MOVED A LITTLE CLOSER TO RESOLUTION TUESDAY WITH COUNTY SUPERVISORS LOOKING TO FIND ADDITIONAL CUTS.
BUDGET MANAGER DENNIS BUTLER SAYS AS THINGS STAND NOW, TAXPAYERS WILL SEE AN INCREASE IN PROPERTY TAXES IN THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR:
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BUTLER TOLD SUPERVISORS THERE’S NOT A LOT OF ROOM LEFT FOR COUNTY DEPARTMENTS TO CUT MORE FROM THEIR BUDGETS:
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SUPERVISORS APPROVED TWO FUND TRANSFERS TOTALING OVER $168-THOUSAND DOLALRS TO HELP PAY FOR PLANNING AND ZONING EXPENSES AND NON-MANDATED SOCIAL PROGRAMS.
A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUDGET IS SET FOR MARCH 11TH.
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