Liverpool’s proposed 2014-15 budget would hold property tax rate at $12.25 per thousand; public hearing set for April 14

— “This document includes the actual revenues and expenditures for the past four years, the budgeted amount for the current year and the projected revenues and expenditures for the next four years,” Sims said. “The difference between anticipated revenues and anticipated expenditures is the key to the future financial status of the village.”

One DWI in February

Liverpool Police Chief Don Morris informed village trustees at their March 17 meeting that officers made 135 traffic stops and issued 110 citations for violations of the state’s vehicle and traffic laws during February. In addition, seven traffic accidents were investigated and one arrest was made for driving while intoxicated and 19 parking tickets were issued.

Officers made 222 residential checks during the month while answering a total of 321 complaints and calls for service.

During February, LPD officers arrested 22 individuals on a total of 29 criminal charges.

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