9/23/15 – 5:13 A.M.
Findlay’s budget is in good health, and as a result more money could be spent on capital improvements in 2016. The Courier reports city council met as a committee-of-the-whole Tuesday and got a budget update from auditor Jim Staschiak. The city’s goal is to carry a little more than $10 million into 2016, and Staschiak says things are on track to do so.
If that happens the amount of income tax applied to capital improvements could increase. The city allocated 18 percent of income tax revenue to capital improvements this year. That’s expected to increase to 19 percent in 2016.
City Council will put together the official budget for 2016 in December.
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