Items Tagged with 'Daryl Delabbio'


Street Talk: The happy and scary of government finances

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October 10, 2014
Kent County Administrator/Controller Daryl Delabbio is recommending a 2015 budget for both operating and capital needs that calls for a total expenditure of $363.9 million, a 1.7 percent increase over the budget set for 2014. Read More

Not a lot of changes in store for county operating budget

PDR program will get less, while veterans department likely will get more.

October 18, 2013
Although receipts from property taxes are expected to be up slightly next year, the county’s 2014 proposed general fund budget will look a lot like the 2013 spending plan. Read More

County executive gets contract extension

September 20, 2013
Kent County commissioners recently gave their top executive a unanimous vote of confidence by extending his employment contract for three more years. Read More

County may spend more next year on technology

May 3, 2013
Although the details aren’t known yet, the next Kent County budget may contain more money for technology — if commissioners agree to allocate funding for that use. Read More

Bureau receives more time for annual EQ report

County Executive Committee adopts 2020 strategic plan.

April 26, 2013
The latest report from the county’s Bureau of Equalization recently went before the county’s Finance Committee in a calm and efficient manner. Read More

Credit agencies reaffirm Kent County's stellar rating

April 23, 2013
For the 15th consecutive year, two major credit rating agencies in New York gave Kent County their highest financial grades for both long- and short-term borrowing. Read More

Delabbio and colleague impress IBM

Communications giant publishes their service-sharing guide.

March 1, 2013
Kent County Administrator and Controller Daryl Delabbio has become a bit of a celebrity recently, at least in IBM circles. Read More

Businesses may have more to do on PPT

Voters who are upset with RTW law can squelch tax break in two years.

December 22, 2012
Kent County and other local government officials are beginning to crunch the numbers in an effort to determine where they will stand when the state’s Personal Property Tax is first phased out and then eliminated. Read More

County commissioners show confidence in Delabbio

December 22, 2012
He runs a tight ship, is very professional, reliable and accessible, is well respected in the community, is a joy to work with and is a great administrator well suited for the job. Read More