Tonawanda News


November 8, 2012

NT council sets budget hearing



“I spent more than a solid month building this plan with department heads and trying to put together a reasonable plan,” Ortt said. “When I got to the council I believe they see it as a fiscally conservative budget, they look at the bottom line and what its effect (is) on certain department. We’ve had a really good relationship over the last few years as far as this process goes and I don’t anticipate anything changing.” 

The hearing will be held at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 216

Payne Ave. 




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