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Jefferson City Budget

Jefferson City council continues budget discussions

Parking lot discussions to come

The Jefferson City Council is continuing its work on the 2016 draft budget with the next step to discuss any proposed changes to the mayor’s draft.

Council to move forward on police HVAC

Project to cost about $900,000

The Jefferson City Council is expected to authorize a construction contract to replace a 36-year-old heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system in the Jefferson City Police Department.

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Mayor’s budget includes leasing police vehicles instead of outright purchase

Mayor Carrie Tergin’s draft 2016 budget includes a number of changes from the 2015 budget, but one that may prove to be a point of debate in ongoing budget discussion is the leasing of six police vehicles and one command vehicle for the Fire Department.

Mayor’s proposal features some significant funding changes

The mayor’s roughly $30 million general fund draft Jefferson City budget includes a number of changes from the current fiscal year, including purchasing or leasing new police vehicles and funding the fire training officer position.

Draft budget forecasts changes for enterprise funds

Outside of the general fund budget, Jefferson City also has several enterprise funds, which are self-sustaining funds kept separate from the general fund.

Tergin: No big changes in 2016 Jefferson City budget

Mayor to release draft budget to City Council on July 27

Next week will mark the start of Jefferson City’s annual budget process as Mayor Carrie Tergin will present her draft budget July 27 to the City Council.

Generating revenue — What are sources of Jefferson City’s funds?

The News Tribune sat down with Jefferson City officials to discuss the city’s existing revenues and whether, after several years of tight budgets, the city needs to look at increasing its revenues.

2015 draft budget for Jefferson City places priority on staffing levels

The Jefferson City budget committee has concluded its work and put its stamp of approval on the draft 2015 budget, but not without making several changes to what had been proposed by Mayor Eric Struemph.

Committee approves draft of 2015 Jefferson City budget

Final approval expected at Oct. 20 City Council meeting

After more than one month of discussions, the Budget Committee has put its stamp of approval on the draft 2015 budget for Jefferson City.

City owns an aging vehicle fleet

Jefferson City officials seeking long-range plan for vehicle, equipment replacement

Jefferson City officials likely will have to consider how to address an aging fleet of vehicles, and some officials may be looking for a more global approach in addressing the issue.

Public hearing on city budget set for Monday

The Jefferson City Council is inviting public comment on the draft 2015 budget at its regular council meeting Monday.

JC Council to consider new financial policies

How much should be kept in reserves?

New financial policies will soon be introduced to the Jefferson City Council for consideration, but most discussion is likely to center around the question of how much should be kept in reserve funds.

JC Council continues budget discussions

The Jefferson City Council reviewed 10 department budgets in less than three hours Thursday night, making several proposed changes to the mayor’s draft 2015 budget.

Jefferson City delays budget process

Budget discussions to start in late August or early September

Jefferson City will see a late start to the annual budget process as city officials try to estimate the impact of state issues on the August ballot and in the September veto session.

Jefferson City sales tax numbers miss projections

The final sales tax numbers for Jefferson City’s 2013 fiscal year are in and, despite revised projections, receipts fell short of the city’s expected goals.

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