The Apopka City Council will be reviewing a $102 Million proposed budget during four workshops scheduled over the next two weeks.
The proposed 2016-2017 (Fiscal Year 2017) budget represents an increase of $12.5 Million or 13.9 percent over the FY 2016 budget.
Major expenditures include:
The proposed budget includes 18 new personnel positions.
The proposed budget lists several "Budget Priorities," including:
At this point the proposed budget does not propose an increase in property tax rates. It does propose to use $2.6 Million of unrestricted reserves to keep the budget in balance.
The proposed budget will be discussed by the City Council and City Staff during the budget workshops. If history is any guide there will be many changes before the Council receives public comment next week.
The first two Budget Workshops are scheduled for tomorrow and Wednesday from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
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