Growth drives big budget increase for Queen Creek

By Kathleen Stinson | East Valley Tribune

Queen Creek Town Council on May 4 approved a tentative $730.3 million budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 that the administration called necessary to meet the town’s soaring population’s needs.

The 4-2 vote came with council members Emilena Turley and Leah Martineau voting against the spending plan and Mayor Gail Barney absent.

The proposed spending plan – slated for a final council vote May 18 – is significantly higher than the town’s current $487 budget as town administration proposed major investments in infrastructure and expanded services. However, there is no tax increase.

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