Metro Mayors Legislative Update

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By: Julie White, Executive Director and Mia Guglielmi, Intern

 

Senate Budget Process Update
Senate Appropriations subcommittees held meetings today to begin their work on the Senate’s version of the budget. All subcommittees received individualized spending targets as well as some general guidelines for going about their budget work. A tentative schedule was also issued.  The schedule shows the remainder of this week as well as next week being used for the Senate budget process. The budget will go to full Appropriations Committee on June 9, followed by the second reading of the bill June 10 and the third reading June 11. After two weeks for the conference process, the tentative date for the passage of the conference report is June 30.

 

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News Clips

 

Charlotte City Council reached a budget compromise Tuesday that would raise the property tax rate by a penny and would require about 2,100 small businesses to pay a new $250 a year garbage fee. (Charlotte Observer) http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/politics-government/article22386261.html

Asheville City Council allowed on Tuesday a proposed budget containing a 1.5-cent tax increase to go to a public hearing and approved changes to the RAD Lofts project. (Citizen-Times)

http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2015/05/26/city-council-sends-budget-proposal-public-hearing/27987987/

The city of Raleigh unveiled its fiscal year 2016 operating budget on Tuesday. It was presented to city council during their regular session, after which they referred it to a work session for further consideration. (Raleigh Public Record)

http://raleighpublicrecord.org/news/city-council/2015/05/22/staff-presents-fiscal-year-2016-budget-to-councilors

Jacksonville’s City Council approves the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget. Residents will not be seeing any tax increases.  The budget includes a 1% raise for all employees hired before January. (WSLS)

http://www.wsls.com/story/28990973/jacksonville-city-council-approves-budget

 

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The North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition, founded in 2001, is comprised of the mayors of the state’s larger cities, with more than three million citizens.  The Coalition is a non-partisan, mayor-driven organization that focuses on issues of special interest to our large cities in a fast-growing and urbanizing state. The Coalition has worked successfully with federal and state elected officials to promote job creation, protect local revenues, invest in public infrastructure, and keep our cities safe.

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