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Highlights of Proposed Budget Funds for City Projects

No one appeared for the first public hearing on Sandy Springs’ proposed FY 2014 budget at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Highlights for funds include $13.5 million for City Center phase one implementation.

 

No one appeared for the first public hearing on Sandy Springs’ proposed FY 2014 budget during the City Council meeting, Tuesday.

City Manager John McDonough said the budget is balanced at $87.9 million. Below are highlights of plans for funds. Visit the city website to view the proposed budget. 

  • $13.5 million for City Center phase one implementation
  • $1.6 million for long term facility needs
  • $1.25 million for the Unified Radio System project investment 
  • $750,000 for parks
  • $5.4 million for transportation infrastructure
  • $1.4 million for stormwater investment
  • $13.2 million for general contracts for city services
  • $24.1 million for personnel relateds salaries and benefits [an earlier version of this story indicated the funds were for benefits only.]
  • $26.8 for operations and equipment
  • $23.8 for capital improvement programs

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