City hosts hearing on 2022 budget
October 28, 2021
No one spoke during a public hearing Oct. 19 on the City of Shelton’s proposed $41.1 million budget for 2022.
The Shelton City Council will host a second public hearing on the proposed budget at its meeting at 6 p.m. Nov. 16. The budget must be adopted before the end of the year.
The $41,146,160 in proposed expenditures includes $15,097,780 for the general fund, $1,872,280 for the street fund, $2,986,620 for the capital resources fund, $62.900 for the tourism fund, $177,300 for the bond fund, $2,883,800 for the capital improvement fund, $2,666.270 for the water fund, $6,260, 200 for the sewer fund, $1,286,560 for the solid waste fund, $1,420,600 for the storm drainage fund, $2,566,500 for the water capital fund, $2,475,000 for the sewer capital fund, $246,000 for the storm drainage capital fund, $201,000 for the payroll benefits fund, $865,070 for the equipment rental fund, and $102,100 for the firefighters’ pension fund.