The Morrow City Council meets at 6:30 p.m., followed by the regular business meeting at 7 p.m.
The work session agenda includes a review of the June 14 minutes and ordinances on the fiscal year 2023 budget and 2o13 Juneteenth holiday.
Morrow Center manager Warren Thomas also will give a presentation.
The unusually short regular meeting agenda includes a second reading of the FY 2023 budget, a first reading of an ordinance to add Juneteenth as a city holiday in 2023, and an executive session on personnel matters. Lieutenant Bill will receive a five-year service pin.
Also on the agenda: approval of minutes from the June 14 work session and business meeting and the June 21 special called meeting, which was a seven-minute public hearing on the proposed FY 2023 budget. No speakers were noted on that agenda.
The budget would give “all eligible employees…if they meet certain standards” a $4,000 raise on July 1. It also “fixes the number of established Morrow full-time positions at 89,” which “may only be increased or decreased through approval of the Mayor and City Council.”
The proposed $11,326,778 budget includes these funds:
|Hotel-Motel Tax Fund||$1,160,000|
|Product Development Fund||$217,500|
|Confiscated Asset Fund||$5,800|
|Municipal Court Agency Fund||$250,000|
General fund budget revenue is proposed as follows:
|Licenses and Permits||$196,800|
|Charges for Services||$401,000|
|Fines and Forfeitures||$1,720,000|
|Contributions and Donations||—|
|Other Financing Sources||$1,111,478|
|TOTAL GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS||$11,326,778|
Here are the proposed general fund budget expenditures:
|Mayor and Council||$271,822|
|Planning and Economic Development||$417,852|
|TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES||$11,326,778|
Looking ahead: On June 30 at 6 p.m., there will be a special called meeting of the Downtown Development Authority and Urban Redevelopment Authority. New business includes a quit claim deed and a sales contract on a property on Meadowbrook.