North Baltimore passes budget for 2014... again PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 03 January 2014 10:17
NORTH BALTIMORE - Village council has passed its 2014 budget, again.
Council met for a special meeting on Thursday to approve the 2014 budget, despite having done so in December.
In December, council thought it properly passed the $5. 2 million budget with a 3-2 vote.
However, according to village administrator Kathy Healy, the budget required the majority vote among all council members. When the budget was first passed in December, Jeff Bretz was absent from the meeting, as was Mayor Mike Julien. Council needed, at minimum a 4-2 vote to capture the majority of all council members.
During the first vote in December, Aaron Patterson and Leslee Thompson voted against the budget's passage.
On Thursday, during the special meeting, the budget passed by a 5-0 vote, Healy said.
Aaron Patterson was absent from the meeting and two new council members, Rich Rose and Art Patterson III, casted their votes.

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