WARNER ROBINS — The city has a balanced budget with no tax increases for the upcoming fiscal year, Mayor Chuck Shaheen said Monday during a council meeting.
Shaheen officially informed council members that the budget, with a revenue of about $35 million, is ready for review. A public presentation of the budget will be made June 3, and the council is expected to vote on the budget June 17. It must be approved by July 1.
A city spokeswoman said, due to slight changes that are being made, the budget could not be sent to The Telegraph until Tuesday morning.
“There are no tax increases, and that’s really good in these economic tough times,” Shaheen said. “We’ve worked really hard.”