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Mayor Biskupski offers two budgets to Salt Lake City Council

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski today released two budgets to the Salt Lake City Council. The first budget has recommendations for the general fund and the second financial plan offers proposals if the Salt Lake City Council increases the sales tax. 

Salt Lake City is expected to generate $275.5 million in revenues for the 2019 fiscal year general fund, a one percent growth from fiscal year 2018. Salt Lake City is expected to raise $25 million if the proposed sales tax increase passes.

Salt Lake City to discuss federal funding programs identified as potential cuts in President Trump’s recent budget proposal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 21, 2017

Contact: Matthew Rojas

385-228-2365 | matthew.rojas@slcgov.com

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Mayor Biskupski’s statement on President Trump’s budget proposal

“While campaigning in cities throughout the country last year, then candidate Donald Trump spoke often about the “issue of urban renewal” and the “rebuilding of our inner cities.”

 

Not quite two months into his term of office, President Trump is proposing a budget which will strip billions of dollars cities use to improve infrastructure and provide services to residents most in need.

 

Summary of the May 6 City Council Meeting

Mayor Becker's Budget Presentation

Mayor Ralph Becker presented his proposed Fiscal Year 2014-15 budget to the Council, which included employee compensation increases, replacing the city's 2-stroke engines over the next two years, and consolidating fire stations on the west side of Salt Lake City. The Council will discuss the Mayor's proposed budget in the coming weeks and will hold public hearings on May 20 and June 3 before taking action later in June. Read the Mayor's full speech.

Read What Happened at the December 3 City Council Meeting

Snow Removal

The Council was briefed about potential improvements for snowplowing City streets and possible parking options. Conversation centered on safety, plow maneuvering and challenges associated with last year’s heavy snowfall. The Council isn’t currently considering any specific proposals and will hold future discussions about this topic.

What Happened at the August 15, Truth-in-Taxation Hearing and City Council Meeting?

Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Budget and Property Tax Increase

Following a Truth-in-Taxation hearing, the Salt Lake City Council adopted an $8 million property tax increase designed to speed up much-needed repairs around the City and bolster public safety personnel.

Mayor Becker Statement Regarding Tax Increase Veto

June 19, 2013


Dear Council Members:

As I noted in my budget presentation to you on April 23, 2013, this budget year has been challenging for Salt Lake City. Despite that challenge, I recommended to you a balanced budget that found efficiencies within Salt Lake City government and did not require a property tax increase. I respect that you have struggled mightily with the same challenges we faced as a budget was developed for your consideration.

Mayor to Explain Veto of Tax Increase, Budget Package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 19, 2013
Contact: Art Raymond
801-547-2659


Mayor to Explain Veto of Tax Increase, Budget Package

SALT LAKE CITY – Mayor Ralph Becker will host a media event at the Salt Lake City & County Building, 451 S. State Street, Room 306, today, Wednesday, June 19 at 1 p.m. to release a statement and answer questions regarding his veto of the 2013-14 Salt Lake City budget adopted by the Salt Lake City Council on Tuesday.

What Happened at the June 4, Salt Lake City Council Meeting?

2013-2014 Budget

The Council was briefed on the Mayor’s recommended budget for Fiscal Year 2013-2014.

What Happened at the May 28 Salt Lake City Council Meeting?

 

The Council discussed items related to the Mayor's recommended Fiscal Year 2013-2014 budget during a Work Session on May 28. The conversation centered on City budgets for:

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