No tax increase in Pleasant View's tentative budget

Jun 7 2012 - 3:06pm

PLEASANT VIEW -- The city has approved a tentative budget of $3.2 million for fiscal year 2012-13

There are no tax increases in the plan, city officials said, but residents will see an increase in sewer costs, due to increased costs from Central Weber Sewer District.

Mayor Doug Clifford said at this point this is not a final budget and changes can still be made to it.

Clifford said the projected amount for franchise tax is conservative because some residents have cut back on cable services and other services that contribute to franchise tax over this past fiscal year. He also said the estimate for building permits is conservative, showing less building is expected in this budget then in the past year.

The Founders Day celebration has been budgeted as usual with revenue expected from donations and salmon bake sales, but Clifford said the celebration will probably become a discussion with neighboring towns and said different ideas for combining celebrations have been floated around.

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