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BOMA ‘cleans up loose ends’


Maintaining a balanced budget in town of Farragut proved little more than “cleaning up loose ends,” Mayor Ralph McGill said Thursday night, May 12.

During its monthly meeting in Town Hall, Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen unanimously approved, on first reading, amending Ordinance Number 10-10 and increasing appropriated expenditures for fiscal year budget 2010-11 by $867,000.

Ordinance 11-06 would allow expenditure increases for Capital Investment Program, $830,000; Beautification Fund, $21,000, and State Street Aid, $16,000.

Allison Myers, Town recorder, broke down the $867,000 increase to include “expenses for the Farm at Willow Creek Drainage Project ($800,000) and Everett Road right-of-way ($30,000),” adding the right-of-way expenses “were offers that were made to property owners last fiscal year, but they were not agreed upon until this fiscal year.”



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