Details for SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC WHILE WE HAVE A THREAT OF TRANSMISSION OF THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS AND IN RECOGNITION OF A GOVERNORS ORDER PLEASE DO NOT APPEAR IN PERSON TO THE JUNE 1, 2020 MEETING.
SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC WHILE WE HAVE A THREAT OF TRANSMISSION OF THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS AND IN RECOGNITION OF A GOVERNORS ORDER PLEASE DO NOT APPEAR IN PERSON TO THE JUNE 1, 2020 MEETING. THE PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FOR VIEWING AND COMMENT BY ZOOM. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE TOWN OF ELKTON MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 at 6:45 p.m. A Public Hearing on the proposed adoption of the Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Budget will be held on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 6:45 p.m. at the Elkton Area Community Center, located at 20593 Blue & Gold Drive, Elkton. The public hearing will be accessible for viewing and comment by Zoom at the following link: zoom.us/signin. You may Join the Meeting with Meeting ID: 886 1579 2520 and Passcode: 025901. You may call in to join at: 1-646-876-9923. Please use the same ID and Passcode as listed above. Written comments regarding the proposed budget may be delivered or emailed to the Town Council prior to the public hearing at email@example.com or, in care of the Town Manager at the address above. Additional documentation is available at the Town office; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-298-1951 for USPS mailing. General Government $1,213,215.00 General Government $2,640,188.00 Admin. Community Center $436,413.00 Electric $2,062,000.00 Street Maintenance $511,282.00 Water $475,000.00 Garbage $209,474.00 Sewer $1,749,000.00 Recreation $120,765.00 Cemetery $23,000.00 Police $655,758.00 Electric $1,866,825.00 Water $365,290.80 Sewer $1,470,820.20 Cemetery $99,345.00 ------------------ ------------------ Total Expenses $6,949,188.00 Total Revenues $6,949,188.00 Total Revenues $6,949,188.00 Total Expenses $6,949,188.00 =========== Budget Balance 0.00 EXPENSES BY DEPT. REVENUES BY DEPT. FY 2020/2021 Proposed FY 2020/2021 5/23
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