Comment Sought on Gaithersburg FY16 Budget

Comment Sought on Gaithersburg FY16 Budget

 

 

City Manager Tony Tomasello has proposed a Fiscal Year 2016 budget of $67.8 million. This includes an operating budget of $49.9 million, a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) funded at $13.3 million, a newly-established CIP for Stormwater Management at $3.4 million, and a transfer of $1.2 million to the Other Post-Employment Benefits Trust Fund.

 

Comment can be made at the public hearing on April 20, at a work session on April 27, and in writing to  cityhall@gaithersburgmd.gov until the record closes on May 13 at 5 p.m. The budget is scheduled for adoption on June 1, 2015.

 

This is a City of Gaithersburg announcement.

 

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8 commentsRoy Kelley • April 16 2015 06:01AM
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