Public meeting planned for Harrison budget

Harrison's financial director presenting budget to public next Tuesday

The Village of Harrison’s budget process is moving along, with two meetings planned over the next few days.

The first will be a special council meeting, where council will hear about this year’s proposed budget. That meeting is expected to be held Thursday morning, said CAO Ian Crane.

A second public meeting will be held Tuesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. at Harrison Memorial Hall. That meeting will include a presentation by Dale Courtice, the Village’s Director of Finance, and will include a chance for the public to ask questions.

 

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