GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner announced the town's proposed 2016 budget has been finalized and will be posted online this weekend.
Feiner announced the budget is within the state tax cap, raising the budget by less than 1 percent compared to 2015. This means that local residents should be in line for state rebate checks.
The budget will slightly rise from about $15.88 million to about $15.96 million, and spending is projected to be down 4 percent, from about $17.8 million to about $17.2 million, due to a $750,000 reduction in the uncollected taxes allowance.
Greenburgh remains rated at Triple-A by Moody's, the highest possible rating for any municipality.
Plans are to have meetings with various department heads and the public to allow for discussion and tweaking of the final numbers.
The deadline to modify the budget and approve it is Dec. 20.
The proposed budget will be available at www.greenburghny.com .
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