City Council will consider vote on spending plan next week
By Amber Coulter
Monday, June 24, 2013 at 7:15 pm (Updated: June 24, 10:26 pm)
A proposed budget for Vine Grove doesn’t call for any expenses other than what it costs to pay the salaries, utilities, maintenance costs and other bills that keep the city running.
Council members met Monday for a first reading of the proposed budget, which is required before they pass it.
They expect to pass a budget during their regular monthly meeting this coming Monday, when the 2013-14 fiscal year begins.
Mayor Blake Proffitt told council members the proposed budget doesn’t include raises. It also doesn’t include capital spending.
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