The general fund deficit is about $1.4 million because of cuts to state and local government funding
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
North Canton City Council had on Monday night its first reading for the 2013 budget, which, as Council President Jon Snyder describes it, is "a product in work."
City Council is moving forward with the city's 2013 budget, but it's yet to be balanced. Council had its first reading of the budget at Monday night's meeting in Council Chambers, and, according to Council President Jon Snyder, it's "projected to be in balance." "It's a product in work," Snyder said. "It's been a very arduous process — the most time-consuming budget I've seen in my time here." Finance Director Karen Alger had presented a proposed 2013 budget at the Jan. 22 council meeting, and that budget showed the city's estimated spending exceeds its revenue by $3.6 million. And $1.4 of that deficit is in the general fund. And, according to Cantonrep.com, city council will consider "fee increases, cuts in service, and possibly some …
Monday, January 28, 2013
North Canton City Council will meet at 7 p.m. inside Council Chambers and have its first reading on current expenses and other expenditures for 2013
North Canton City Council is slated to have its first reading on 2013 expenses when it meets inside Council Chambers at 7 p.m. tonight. According to Cantonrep.com, city council will consider "fee increases, cuts in service, and possibly some layoffs of city employees as the city faces years of growing deficits." The paper reported that Finance Director Karen Alger presented a proposed 2013 budget at the Jan. 22 council meeting, and that budget showed the city's estimated spending exceeds its revenue by $3.6 million. And $1.4 of that deficit is in the general fund budget. Council also will recognize visitors before it begins reading the ordinances and resolutions. Council President Jon Snyder had invited the public to share their thoughts …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
AultCare granted one-year contract to administer self-insured health program for city employees.
North Canton City Council voted Monday to make temporary appropriations of $19.7 million for 2013 city expenses, reports the Canton Repository. The measure is designed to keep the city running until council approves the permanent 2013 budget, expected by the end of April. Council also approved a one-year contract with AultCare to administer a self-insured health program for city employees, the newspaper reported. The program runs from Dec. 1, 2012, through Nov. 30, 2013.