The Herndon Town Council is seeking citizens’ input on programs and services to be included in the town’s FY 2018 Budget.
According to Mayor Lisa Merkel, early input from citizens is an important part of the budget development process. “As we consider resource allocation for the next fiscal year, we encourage citizens to share with us their views on programs and services that are most important to them,” Merkel said.
By April 1, Acting Town Manager Bill Ashton will deliver to the council a proposed FY 2018 budget. The council will then conduct two public hearings on the proposed budget, at its April 11 and April 25 meetings. The town’s FY 2018 budget must be adopted by June 30, 2017.
All public hearings begin at 7pm and are held at the Herndon Council Chambers, 765 Lynn Street.
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