City wants input on budget

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Published on December 5, 2019 -
City wants input on budget

City wants input on budget

Is prepping for 20-21 by getting feedback from tax payers on the future budget.

City officials held a public input session monday night at the north river civic center.

It's the first of multiple sessions where residents can voice their thoughts on what should be funded in 20-21.

> resident teo valdes: "i think that the most important thing i would like to see funded is efforts towards affordable housing."

Resident linda hixon: "we would like to see the city make additional progress on trying to complete the route of the great eastern trail."

Chattanooga mayor andy berke: "people have a lot of say in fact we've done things that have come up at these sessions in our actual budget and so we want people to come out and give us their best ideas."

The city will start getting revenue projections after first of the year.

The budget will likely go in front of city council members in may.

We'll have a list of public input sessions on our website, w-d-e- f-dot-c-o-m.

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