|2019 Budget||2020 Budget||2021 Budget||2022 Budget|
|New Equipment/ Town Hall||0||0||0|
|Current Debt Principal||0||0||0||0|
|General Property Taxes||108,916||109,910||109,910||109,910|
|Other Taxes (MFL retained)||29,500||33,811||34,896|
|State Shared Revenue||41,192||41,232||41,392||41,397|
|State Highway Aid||101,270||111,401||111,401||113,648|
|Garbage Bag Fees||2,000||2,000||3,000||3,800|
|Other Internal Govt||9,744||4764||3,104||3,404|
|Grants (FEMA, LRIP, ARPA, etc.)||40,950||28,732|
|Current Funds carried over (approximate)||0||20,000||60,000||78,732|
2022 Town Levy $ 109,910
2022 Budget Notes
- There is no proposed levy increase.
- Managed Forest Land taxes are collected with the General Property Taxes. They are not part of the levy. The amount per acre is fixed under contract. 20% is retained by the County and the balance is retained by the Town.
- Current funds carried over is based on anticipated December expenses. Unanticipated expenses may arise.
- “Other” income includes 2% fire dues, DNR/MFL aid payments, fire calls, gravel sales and interest income, plus state fuel tax refund, MFL taxes, and driveway permits, along with some other small miscellany.
- Additional revenues from MFL land withdrawal are always possible, but unpredictable. These revenues, if any, will likely go towards sealcoat, other road improvements/repairs, new town equipment, and town hall.
- Tax bills will include a $54,702.66 charge by Southwest Technical College, a $442,631.00 charge by the Richland School District, and a $382,495.27 charge by Richland County, as approved by their governing bodies.
Jerome Durst, Chair
Dan Buroker, Supervisor
Calvin Sebranek, Supervisor
Kimberly Spencer, Treasurer
Don Hubbs, Clerk