Danville Approves 2014-15 Budget

$38 million spending plan approved by Town Council after several public sessions

At their Tuesday June 17, 2014 meeting, the Danville Town Council unanimously approved the Operating 2014-15 Budget and Capital Improvement Program for the  fiscal year. The $38 million spending plan calls for $28.1 million budgeted for operating expenses, $8.1 million for Capital Appropriations and $1.3 million in Successor Agency costs. The approved budget is up from the 2013/14 expenditures of $37.9 million.

Town Manager Joe Calabrigo said that the Town Council has approved a budget that is balanced, maintains service levels to the community and keeps an eye toward the future.

“The goal of the budget process is to keep the Town’s highest priorities in focus,” Calabrigo explained. “That way we can provide services that are most important to the largest possible segment of our community, while staying within our means.”

Calabrigo said the Town will continue to operate with sound financial planning, with ten year projections showing that Danville is following a course that is fiscally sustainable.

View the budget in its entirety on the Town’s website.

 

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