Hampton Co. approves funds with cuts to consolidated college district

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The Hampton County Council gave third and remaining studying on July 19 to a $19.2 million Common Fund funds that county officers say is smaller than the earlier 12 months’s funds, and won’t straight improve native taxes, however does include cuts to the brand new consolidated college district.  

County Council gave third and remaining approval Monday, July 19, to a funds ordinance for fiscal 12 months starting July 1, 2021, and ending June 30, 2022.

“As with every funds, there have been challenges that needed to be overcome,” H.C. Finance Director Chanel Lewis instructed Council. “The first challenges this 12 months have been will increase in retirement prices, well being care prices and employees compensation. These affected our funds by lots of of hundreds of {dollars}, however we now have been capable of soak up these challenges and scale back expenditures.”

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