Danville council to consider adopting 2014-15 budget

Proposal calls for $38.1 million in appropriations for budget, capital projects

The Danville Town Council is set to consider adopting a balanced 2014-15 town budget package during its meeting Tuesday night (June 17).

The recommendation from town staff calls for nearly $38.1 million in appropriations between next year's budget and capital improvement program.

As part of the discussion, council members will also debate setting the 2014-15 appropriation limit, approving a five-year capital improvement program, reallocating prior year appropriations and endorsing next year's budget for the Successor Agency to the former town Community Development Agency.

The budget conversation is listed among several items for Tuesday's regular council meeting, scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. inside the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front St.

In other business, the council is set to appoint one youth representative to the Arts Commission and four representatives to the Parks and Leisure Services Commission. Council members are scheduled to conduct interviews in a special meeting, beginning at 6:15 p.m., before making the appointments during the regular meeting later Tuesday.

The council will also receive presentations about the Contra Costa County library system, the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority and the Danville Arts Commission.


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Posted by Peter Kluget
a resident of Danville
on Jun 17, 2014 at 8:59 am

I suspect you mean to say "reallocating" in the third paragraph. Darn that SpellCheck anyway!

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