Holly Springs OKs $10.6M budget
by Erin Dentmon
edentmon@cherokeetribune.com
November 21, 2012 10:46 PM | 1221 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
HOLLY SPRINGS — The Holly Springs City Council has approved a $10.6 million budget for the 2013 fiscal year.

No members of the public commented on the budget during a public hearing that opened Monday’s city council meeting.

The general fund budget is set at $3.96 million, an $80,000 increase from last year’s budget.

“We have added a position in the police department, and we have re-coded a position in the police department,” City Manager Rob Logan said.

The capital grants budget is the next highest budget category, coming in at $3.04 million, including a sidewalk grant for the city.

The city will use funds from SPLOST III and SPLOST IV during the 2013 fiscal year. The budget for the SPLOST III fund is $926,645, and the budget for SPLOST IV is $1.94 million. All of the SPLOST III money will be used for debt service, Logan said.

The city’s operating grant fund comes in at $285,100. The city has budgeted $265,500 for the stormwater fund.

A budget of $186,000 is slated for the city’s parks and recreation fund.

City officials expect a little over $4,000 in revenues from hotel/motel taxes, the same amount as last year.
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