The City Of Plymouth Adopts Budget

The City Of Plymouth Adopts Budget

The city of Plymouth has adopted a budget for the fiscal year. It’s about four months overdue, but the Plymouth city council, meeting last night, approved the budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. The city’s general fund raises and spends some $800,000 dollars on various government departments. The city had been operating on a continuation of last year’s budget for the first few months of the current year. In other business, the council voted to approve a contract to spend some $10,000 for tree trimming in the city park, but held off on approving a contract to spend $100,000 repairing the city’s pool, which was unusable this year. The council held over the contract for a future meeting, as they seek more information on t he various bids before voting for one. Finally the council made plans for the upcoming holiday season, including acquiring and lighting a city Christmas tree and other seasonal decorations. 

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