Council Unveils 2013 Budget;
No Tax Increase Anticipated

Bradford City Council on Tuesday unveiled its 2013 budget, and the mayor is hopeful a tax increase won't be necessary to implement it.

The $8.9 million spending plan is about $700,000 more than this year's budget.

Following the council meeting, Mayor Tom Riel told WESB and The Hero council is "cautiously optimistic" about not having to raise taxes. He did stress, however, that they have "work to do" on the spending plan before final reading next month.

Comments

Bradford Taxpayers said…
As Monty Python's John Cleese Would Say, "WAIT For IT"...
Bradford City Councilmen, Mayor Riel, and the Taxpayers go through this EVERY YEAR!
When WILL the Consultant's Recommendations be Taken SERIOUSLY?
It IS Way PAST Time To STOP This INSANE Game of CHICKEN!
ALL of US Need To KNOW Our City Is Being MANAGED By Modern, Competent Financial Means...And By Dedicated, Competent, FULL-TIME People!

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