Mayor's Report for July/August 2003
By Mayor Guy Tiberio
As I write this, we are in our third week of the new administration and, as typical for the month of June, we have conducted four meetings already for the major effort of establishing the town budget for 2003-2004. With an imbalance nearing $300,000, the Council has taken action to increase certain fees that have not been updated for many years, and has taken action to set the tax rates for the coming year. Every effort is being taken to maintain our service levels with a minimal loss of personnel. The following is a list of recently made changes that affect property owners, residential rental properties, businesses, utilities and the railroad:
Tax Rates for 2003-2004
The following tax rates have been adopted by the Council for fiscal year 2003-2004.
By the time you read this, hopefully, the town budget will have been adopted and balanced as required by law. We wish to thank those residents who attended our budget work sessions and contributed their opinions and comments. I also wish to thank our Councilmembers for their input and work on the most difficult budget in many, many years.
Our goal for the next year is to increase new commercial development and redevelopment and to apply for grants to obtain new funding for our town.
- Guy Tiberio, Mayor
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