After Tuesday, councilmembers will meet with city departments over multiple City Council meetings before final passage Oct. 24.
DALE COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — With the budget approved, each library in Dale County will receive their appropriate funding - Ozark-Dale County Library getting the most. That library receives $47,000 a year from the county. This time around comes as a relief for the library and its supporters after a recent month-long controversy over removing 
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday rebuked what he called "extreme Republicans", saying the party's lawmakers needed to take immediate steps to prevent a government shutdown ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline.
This article originally ran in the Sept. 22 issue of the Progress Times. The City of Mission lowered its tax rate for the first time since 2017. As of Sept. 11, the new tax rate is $0.5276 per $100 valuation — about a 0.43% decrease from the previous tax rate of $0.5299. However, due to
EDINBURG — The city council here realized the culmination of months’ worth of money talks when they unanimously approved a $155 million budget, as well as a 1-cent property tax rate decrease during a meeting on Tuesday evening.
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — The Enterprise City Council has approved the budget for the Fiscal Year of 2024. The budget totaling nearly $120 million was approved by the city council on Tuesday. The total budget, $119,608,350, includes the general fund, all governmental funds, capital projects funds, sewer/disposal funds, and debt service funds. “The City of 
The government published a holding budget on Tuesday, ahead of the November general election. While the Dutch papers managed to fill pages with photos of hats and princess Alexia, the editorials are very much divided in their approach. The Volkskrant called the new budget “policy poor” and “a pool of stagnant water” in its editorial. There is faint praise for the budget’s “readability”, a “breath of fresh air” compared to last year’s omni-shambles of a document, when rocketing energy prices
Edinburg, TX – On Tuesday, Sept 19, 2023, the City of Edinburg gave the green light to a multimillion-dollar budget that will pave the way for tax cuts and continuing capital projects. The Edinburg City Council officially adopted the Annual Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024. Community-Centric Approach: Property Tax Rate Decrease: A notable highlight
A no-swim advisory was issued for Fort Island Beach in Citrus County due to the presence of enteric bacteria in the waters.
McALLEN — Officials here approved a $661 million operating budget and a 4.7% reduction in the property tax rate during a meeting at McAllen City Hall on Tuesday.
The facility could be good news for an Aroostook County town that has been plagued with money problems.
Mayor Tom Henry and City Controller Garry Morr highlighted plans for the 2024 budget.