FANNIN COUNTY, GA – The 2020 budget must be approved in Dec. 2019. In order to fulfill this duty, the commissioners scheduled a public budget hearing on Nov. 26 at 4 p.m.
The commissioners will hear from the public on proposed budgets and place it on the agenda for reading and potential voting in the following monthly meeting.
Fetch Your News attended the initial budget hearings in Oct. and you can read more about the proposed changes here.
Currently, the proposed total General Fund Expense for 2020 is $19,937, 225.00, the grand total for expenditures is $28,584,665, and grand total of revenue is $27,904, 369. After, approximating the fund balance with Net SPLOST at -$18,320 and General Fund at 678,616, the amended grand total revenues is 28,584,665.
If you’re interested in attending the public budget hearing, it will be held in the Third Floor Jury Assembly Room in the Fannin County Courthouse.
The commissioners approved closing out the old SPLOST as well as Public Works and Capital Improvement SPLOST account during the Nov. 12 meeting. Both accounts had approximately $80 left in them and will be rolled into the new SPLOST and Capital Improvement accounts. It passed unanimously.