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Town officially approves budget

Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night officially put a stamp of approval on its 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget and Five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP).
The $7.6 million budget includes a real estate tax rate of 30 cents per $100 of assessed value and a three percent pay raise for town employees.
Neither the budget nor the CIP garnered any comments during a public hearing held earlier this month.
A second public hearing was held on the CIP Tuesday due to an advertising problem prior to the June 2 hearing. No one from the public spoke at that hearing either.
The CIP includes more than $15 million in proposed projects planned through fiscal year 2014-15. However, the fact a project appears on the plan doesn’t mean it will ever be funded or be completed during the time frame of the plan.

Town officially approves budget

Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night officially put a stamp of approval on its 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget and Five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP).
The $7.6 million budget includes a real estate tax rate of 30 cents per $100 of assessed value and a three percent pay raise for town employees.
Neither the budget nor the CIP garnered any comments during a public hearing held earlier this month.
A second public hearing was held on the CIP Tuesday due to an advertising problem prior to the June 2 hearing. No one from the public spoke at that hearing either.
The CIP includes more than $15 million in proposed projects planned through fiscal year 2014-15. However, the fact a project appears on the plan doesn’t mean it will ever be funded or be completed during the time frame of the plan.