The proposed budget is 8.5 percent lower than the 2012 budget.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
From Snellville Patch Gwinnett Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash formally presented her proposed fiscal year 2013 budget to the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. The proposed budget totals $1.3 billion, which is 8.5 percent lower than this year’s $1.43 billion. Six county residents and business people helped craft the proposed budget by serving on the Chairman’s budget review committee. After hearing presentations from elected officials and department directors, the group studied departmental business plans and revenue projections to make recommendations for the budget. The proposed budget preserves core services, maintains necessary reserves and addresses the impact of some legislated changes. It also adjusts for the loss of revenues …
County leaders will begin hearing proposals from various agencies Wednesday.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Elections and Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) matters in their rear-view mirror, Gwinnett County officials Wednesday, Sept. 5, will begin the process of formulating their fiscal year 2013 budget. Over the next five business days, representatives from various county departments will make their respective pitches to elected officials in hopes of squeezing the most funds for their areas from the overall budget. Elected officials and financial staff members then will juggle priorities to formulate the overall spending plan, which should be unveiled in November. The budget must be passed by the commissioners in January 2013. What are your thoughts on the Gwinnett budget? Tell us in the comments below. The current county budget is about $1.3 …