Monday, April 8, 2013
Council members will discuss the budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year.
The Northville City Council will have a special meeting 7 p.m. Monday to review the budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Council members will meet in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 215 West Main St. See the document attached for the special meeting's agenda.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Although the budget amendment brings good news, Superintendent Mary Kay Gallagher said the future of the school's budget is still hard to predict.
The Northville Board of Education approved an amendment to the district budget Tuesday that resulted in a savings of more than $1 million. The reduction of $1,092,821 comes from both an increase in revenue and a decrease in expenditures compared to what was originally budgeted in June. The amendment included several changes to the budget, including the following notable items. A $729,729 increase in revenue was added due to a higher enrollment in the district than what was expected. The June budget estimated 6,966 students to be enrolled full-time, and the blended fall count was 7,057 — an increase of 91. However, a $750,000 decrease in revenue was also added to the budget to establish a health fund for staff. Currently district employees …
Friday, May 13, 2011
Education funding activists, including those from Royal Oak, aim message at lawmakers in Lansing, including Gov. Rick Snyder.
Lansing has seen bigger and perhaps more enthusiastic rallies than Thursday's gathering to support education funding. The activists were undaunted by crowd size. All they cared about was making Michigan's lawmakers hear words like those spoken from the Capitol building's steps by Chris Greig, Farmington Area PTA president. "We have the money. We have a surplus in the K-12 school aid fund," said Greig, who attended the rally with a group from the Farmington Area PTA. "We've collected $455 million more than what we originally thought, already this year. We are projecting an additional $500 million to be reported by the House Fiscal Agency on Monday. We have the money for K-12 education. We must, we must invest in our future today." Greig …
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Today's Daily PatchCast features news from Saline-Milan, Plymouth, Canton, Dexter and White Lake.
Saline-Milan: Saline Teachers Join Protest Against Gov. Snyder's Budget Plan Canton: Muslim Women Reach Out to Community Plymouth: New Businesses Bring Something Different to Downtown Plymouth White Lake: Lakeland High Teacher Running for County Commissioner Dexter: Two Businesses Sponsor Cake Competition