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Budgets and Budgeting

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  • PA lawmakers told to be prepared to vote on budget

    Last week, Gov. Tom Corbett gave lawmakers an ultimatum: change liquor and pension systems or he won't sign a budget that includes tax increases by the June 30 deadline. With that deadline at 11:59 p.m. Monday, lawmakers are wrapping up a budget proposal...
  • Fort Monroe Authority to discuss budget Thursday afternoon

    Fort Monroe Authority to discuss budget Thursday afternoon
    The Fort Monroe Authority received close to $5.7 million from the state during the current year to keep the decommissioned Army post maintained and open to the public, according to budget documents the authority's Board of Trustees are expected to discuss...
  • Seven plus seven, and entering the Governor's office, equals no test of gubernatorial power

    The controversial move to unlock Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office on a Sunday (his chief of staff called it outrageous) in order to deliver the budget the state Senate and House of Delegates finally agreed up may have been sparked by some simple arithmetic....
  • Taxpayer-Funded 'Newsletter' By GOP Legislators Criticizes Democrats, Campaign-Style

    Many people aren't happy to find still another taxpayer-funded constituent newsletter from their state legislator in the mailbox. That's because there's often less news than self-promotion in the brochures, some of which could double as campaign...
  • Some State Employees Receiving Raises Next Week

    HARTFORD — About 2,000 state employees will receive pay increases of 3 percent at the start of the new fiscal year next week. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration announced the news at 4:30 p.m. Friday, saying the raises would cost about $10...
  • Schools budget gets tentative OK

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees signed off on a tentative budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Paul Reed, the district's deputy superintendent and chief business official, presented the 2014-15 spending plan, which the board approved 6...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown signs California budget after smooth process

    Bringing a swift end to a low-key budget process, Gov. Jerry Brown signed California's new $156.3-billion spending plan on Friday. He made almost no vetoes when approving the budget, which expands preschool to more poor children, increases welfare...
  • Property values rise more than expected

    Property values rise more than expected
    Improved property value forecasts may ease Palm Beach County government's budget squeeze, according to estimates released Thursday. Palm Beach County's taxable property values are going up about 7.4 percent this year to $139.5 billion. That's better...
  • After 3rd Try, East Hampton Passes A Budget

    EAST HAMPTON — After two failed referendums voters on Thursday approved a $40.4 million town and education budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year that eliminated a controversial police captain's position sought by the town manager. "I'm relieved the...
  • EU leaders signal shift from austerity of euro crisis

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - In the latest shift away from the austerity of the euro zone crisis, European Union leaders signalled at a summit that they were ready to give member states extra time to consolidate their budgets as long as they pressed ahead with...
  • District 303's proposed budget shows $400,000 deficit

    District 303's proposed budget shows $400,000 deficit
    St. Charles School District 303 is projecting a budget deficit of about $400,000 in an overall budget of nearly $210 million next fiscal year, according to district documents. On Thursday, the Board of Education's Business Services Committee reviewed...