By CALVIN PYNN
County Administrator Pete Huber recently sat down to share the current status of the county’s budget, as well as to explain some spending and saving methods.
According to Huber, the budget is in flux, and there is currently no real estate tax projection anticipated, and with that not being on the table at this point, the door is pretty much closed on the revenue side of things. He added that the time frame has passed to implement any kind of increase, due to the way biannual tax increases work.
There are still, however, some options on personal property tax, among other things, but that has yet to be discussed. Huber said right now, the county is tackling the challenge of fitting all requests and needs within the existing parameters, which could mean looking into other options for how some things can be restructured so it will all work out.
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