Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Neshaminy School Board will meet Tuesday night and consider approving a preliminary budget for the next school year.
The Neshaminy School Board will begin its budget process Tuesday night by considering approving a proposed preliminary budget for the 2013-2014 school year. This is just an initial step in adopting a final budget and being done in accordance with Act 1. The budget will be a topic of discussion at board meetings until a final budget it adopted by the end of June 2013. In addition, at Tuesday's work session, the school board will consider approving two overnight trips. Superintendent Robert Copeland will give his report, which is typically announcing good news within the district. The meeting will be held at Maple Point Middle School at 7 p.m. Visit the Neshaminy School District website to view the full agenda for the meeting.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The Board of Supervisors approved the township's 2013 preliminary budget Wednesday night.
Following several months of budget workshops, the Lower Southampton Board of Supervisors announced that the preliminary 2013 budget features no tax increase for residents. In addition, board chairman John McMenamin announced that township seniors 65 years and older will receive a sanitation rebate of $50 next year, which is an increase of $30 from 2012. Other than no tax increase and a increase in seniors' sanitation rebate, finance director Robert Butts said that the only major change in the budget from 2012 to 2013 is that there is a "redistribution of millage across the funds." In the 2013 budget, the township is predicting about $8.7 million in total expenditures and $8.4 million total revenue, which creates a $332,840 deficit. The …
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The Lower Southampton Board of Supervisors will consider approving the preliminary 2013 operating budget Wednesday night.
When the Lower Southampton Board of Supvisors meet Wednesday night, its members will consider approving the preliminary 2013 annual operating budget. They will also consider approving the preliminary capital fund reserve fund budget, sewer capital fund reserve fund budget, library capital fund reserve fund budget and operating reserve fund budget. In addition, the board will hold a hearing for an ordinance that would establish regulations for pawn brokers and dealers of precious metals, antiques and second hand items. This ordinance would help prevent stolen items from being sold at pawn shops and similar businesses. The board's meeting will be held at the township building and will begin at 7:30 p.m. Click here to view the full agenda for…