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Randolph Town Board Passes Budget

November 9, 2009
By Leann Austin editorial@post-journal.com

RANDOLPH The town board passed the 2010 budget without much fanfare at their monthly meeting. One resident was present at the public hearing but had no qualms with the budget and simply observed. Officials worked out a budget with a two cent decrease to taxpayers outside the village limits and thirty nine cents for residents within the village. The total to be raised by taxes will be $827,714. Total appropriations amount to $1,341,093. The estimated revenue is $427,285 with an unexpended fund balance of $86,094. The tax rate for town residents in 2010 will be $11.10 and $6.06 for taxpayers within the village. "I think we have a pretty good budget," stated Town Supervisor, Dale Senn. "We were able to give our employees an increase and maintain our fund balances for machinery purposes and not raise taxes."

 
 
 

 

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