June 13, 2024

P.C. budget approach will focus on goals over line items

 

By Kayleen Petrovia, Marysville J-T Reporter

Plain City Council members are taking a big picture approach as they set goals that will guide next year’s budget.

“The time is better spent presenting your guys’ ideas and strategic vision” than reviewing the budget line by line, Council President Michael Terry told staff last week.

During council’s most recent work session, the group reviewed progress on its annual goals and heard from Village Administrator Haley Lupton which larger projects Plain City will undertake next year.

At the start of the year, council set five overarching goals for 2024: – Increase village-wide connectivity; – Focus on improving and expanding p…

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