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BOS budget hearing May 18

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing Monday, May 18 to receive comments on its $79.3 million 2009-10 budget.
The hearing is part of the board’s regular monthly meeting, which has been moved up a week due to the Memorial Day holiday. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the County Administration Building on Third Street N.W. in Pulaski.
The upcoming fiscal year budget is roughly $6.5 million less than the current year’s budget of $85.8 million. If the Riverlawn Elementary School construction project is included, the current year’s budget is actually $96.2 million.
Under the proposed budget, revenues are anticipated to be nearly $7 million less in 2009-10 than this fiscal year.
Other items on Monday night’s agenda include:
• A public hearing on a petition by Tarasidis Limited Partnership for a special use permit in order to accommodate a 150-square-foot floating plastic swim/jet ski platform that is already in place, but does not meet zoning requirements.
• Presentation of a resolution to the family of the late Robert Boyd.
• Recognition of featured employees for the month.
• Citizen comments.
• Adoption of a Virginia Department of Transportation Six-Year Plan resolution.
• Revisions and updates to the Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan for the Central Planning District.
• Presentation on a citizen alert system for the county.

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BOS budget hearing May 18

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing Monday, May 18 to receive comments on its $79.3 million 2009-10 budget.
The hearing is part of the board’s regular monthly meeting, which has been moved up a week due to the Memorial Day holiday. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the County Administration Building on Third Street N.W. in Pulaski.
The upcoming fiscal year budget is roughly $6.5 million less than the current year’s budget of $85.8 million. If the Riverlawn Elementary School construction project is included, the current year’s budget is actually $96.2 million.
Under the proposed budget, revenues are anticipated to be nearly $7 million less in 2009-10 than this fiscal year.
Other items on Monday night’s agenda include:
• A public hearing on a petition by Tarasidis Limited Partnership for a special use permit in order to accommodate a 150-square-foot floating plastic swim/jet ski platform that is already in place, but does not meet zoning requirements.
• Presentation of a resolution to the family of the late Robert Boyd.
• Recognition of featured employees for the month.
• Citizen comments.
• Adoption of a Virginia Department of Transportation Six-Year Plan resolution.
• Revisions and updates to the Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan for the Central Planning District.
• Presentation on a citizen alert system for the county.

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