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Information technology is targeted to get bulk of Kent’s CIP funds.
The Kent County Finance Committee agreed last week to spend a bit more on capital improvements next year, largely because a panel chose to dedicate 0.25 mills from the operating millage to the budget instead of the 0.2 mills assigned this year. Read More
Millage request for parks funding also approved for ballot.
Last week Grand Rapids city commissioners adopted a new fiscal-year budget, approved a host of other city-related spending plans, established a new millage rate for the 2014 year that begins next Monday, and gave a green light to a new millage request voters will see this fall. Read More
The press releases, photos and video streamed non-stop to editors across the state, hailing Gov. Rick Snyder’s signing of the 2013-14 budget of almost $49 billion last Thursday. Read More
Board will receive more revenue from its parking lots the next two years.
Members of the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority approved the budget for the 2014 fiscal year last week, a spending plan that has taken on a new format to reflect that the agency will be an integral component of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. Read More
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $49 billion state budget on Thursday that sets aside more money to fix deteriorating roads and provide preschool to low-income children, but does not include — for now — his call to expand Medicaid eligibility to hundreds of thousands of Michigan adults. Read More
County also expected to vote on new agreement to fund Experience GR.
Kent County commissioners learned recently that total revenue to this year’s operating budget was down by nearly 5 percent, or $6.6 million, from last year. In contrast, expenditures were up only slightly, three-tenths of 1 percent, at the end of September. Read More