2017 Salt Lake County budget proposal
Posted by Ben McAdams
October 27, 2016
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Earlier this week I presented my 2017 Salt Lake County budget proposal. The $1.175 net billion budget is fiscally conservative with no tax increase. When I work with my finance team to prepare the budget, we go over every line item to see how to best use tax dollars to benefit the people we serve. Behind every budgeting decision are residents who benefit from the excellent services Salt Lake County provides.
Read my budget speech and see the 2017 proposed budget here. Now that the proposal is in, the County Council will review before making their final decisions and adapt the budget in December.
Mayor McAdams giving his budget speech to a packed room at the Salt Lake County government center
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