Work on the fiscal year 2017-‘18 budget started this week when Princeton City Council adopted a budget calendar and reviewed a list of high priority capital projects anticipated in the coming year.
The council met Monday, June 12, in regular session. Deputy Mayor pro tem Nathan Council presided in the absence of Mayor John-Mark Caldwell and Mayor pro tem Rich Hooper.
“This is, basically, our 5-year look out,” City Manager Derek Borg said.
City staff has already met with department heads to get their lists of needs for the next budget year and is calculating revenue and expenditure estimates. The council will conduct budget work sessions July 10 and July 25.
By Joe Reavis • Staff Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org
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