Surprise Council cuts plan for food tax; recommends new funding option

Food taxBy Surprise Independent

The Surprise City Council has opted for a new funding mechanism that would allow the city to add 22 full-time public safety personnel in Fiscal Year 2017, without creating a food tax.

At the April 19 City Council Meeting, City Manager Bob Wingenroth presented a $298.6 million Fiscal Year 2017 Recommended Budget, and on May 4th Council approved a $306.8 million FY2017 Tentative Budget, that support City Council’s Strategic Goal of maintaining a safe community by adding more than 20 public safety personnel.

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