The Buffalo City Council is expected to have their second reading of their budget Ordinance at Tuesday’s council meeting.
The city passed the first reading of the budget for fiscal year 2021 at their last meeting May 18th.
Ordinance No. 1405 is not expected to have any changes from the first to second reading and was set at just under $13 million, but as explained during the May 18th meeting, nearly half of that amount is in capital improvement projects that have already been funded through grants and a special sales tax.
According to earlier discussions, the city’s General Fund portion is roughly $4 million, with an additional $3 million generated from Enterprise Funds.
Six million dollars has been set for Capital Improvements including the Buffalo Business Park, the Buffalo Wells and Transmission Line Project and for the Fetterman/Burritt Street Project.
The budget reading will be Tuesday at the Buffalo City Council meeting which gets underway at 5pm in Buffalo’s City Hall.