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Falls City Council conducts budget hearings
09/13/2022

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council conducted two hearings concerning the 2022-23 Fiscal Year Budget when they met Monday afternoon.

No one from the public addressed the Council during the hearings.

The first hearing was on the proposed budget which calls for a total budget of $27,311,950, with a majority of the budget of just over $20 million within the various utility departments. That amount is 12 percent lower than last year.

The Public Safety, Police and Fire budget projects expenses of $1,555,769 with another $889,010 budgeted for Streets.

The property tax request is budgeted at $750,935 which is an increase of approximately $16 thousand or 2 percent above last years tax asking. The levy is projected at 44.395 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.

The valuation of property within Falls City increased 1 percent to $169,148,033.

 

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