Burket Has Public Hearing On 2024 Budget Without A Quorum

October 22, 2023 at 3:41 p.m.

By JACKIE GORSKI Lifestyles Editor

BURKET – Burket Town Council held a public hearing Saturday for its proposed 2024 budget, but there wasn’t a quorum of the council members.
Council President Bill Rayburn was the only member of the council at the meeting. There were no public comments.
The proposed budget totals $114,000. The rainy day fund is $2,000. The general fund is $37,800. The local road and street fund is $8,500. The motor vehicle highway fund is $49,000. The cumulative capital improvements fund is $500. The cumulative capital development fund is $600. The economic development income tax credit fund is $14,400. The local option income tax special distribution fund is $1,200.
The motor vehicle highway restricted, opioid distribution unrestricted and Community Crossings matching funds roads and bridges funds are $0.


BURKET – Burket Town Council held a public hearing Saturday for its proposed 2024 budget, but there wasn’t a quorum of the council members.
Council President Bill Rayburn was the only member of the council at the meeting. There were no public comments.
The proposed budget totals $114,000. The rainy day fund is $2,000. The general fund is $37,800. The local road and street fund is $8,500. The motor vehicle highway fund is $49,000. The cumulative capital improvements fund is $500. The cumulative capital development fund is $600. The economic development income tax credit fund is $14,400. The local option income tax special distribution fund is $1,200.
The motor vehicle highway restricted, opioid distribution unrestricted and Community Crossings matching funds roads and bridges funds are $0.


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