continued Corl’s tentative budget would use $465,908 of the town’s fund balance, down from $900,000 in 2012.
Corl said he doubted there would be changes to this budget as presented.
“This will provide a sound groundwork so we can stay under the state tax cap for the 2014 budget,” he said. “We’ve had so many meetings and worked so hard on this. I think it’s pretty solid.”
There will be a public hearing at the Oct. 10 meeting to discuss a local law to exceed the 2 percent property tax cap for the budget. The public hearing on the budget itself has not yet been set.