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City passes '22 budget

1 percent tax increase

 

November 18, 2021

Gordon Weeks

Downpours and wind gusts on Monday create a colorful puddle in downtown Shelton. The City of Shelton's proposed 2022 budget calls for spending $1,420,600 for the storm drainage fund.

The Shelton City Council on Tuesday approved a $41.1 million budget for 2022.

No one spoke during a public hearing, nor did anyone at the first public hearing on Oct. 19. None of the council members commented on the budget.

The city was required to adopt the budget before the end of the year.

The $41,146,160 in expenditure 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...



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