Library Board Could Approve 2012 Budget on Thursday
Residents may see a reduction in portion of their taxes if OK'd.
Residents could see a roughly $5 reduction in a portion of their tax bills if the board approves the 2012 budget on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Baxter Room of the library. A draft budget was discussed by board members on Oct. 25, which was presented to the village. However, trustees have yet to approve it.
In 2011 the budget called for $3,165,847,32 in expenses and revenues. Property taxes accounted for $3,099,570 of that revenue. This year the library expects to spend $10,000 less for salaries due to the resignations of the director and two library heads, Interim Co-Director Kevin Justie told the Morton Grove Champion.
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