Wallingford Town Council cancels another budget workshop

Wallingford Town Council cancels another budget workshop



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WALLINGFORD — The Town Council has canceled one of two budget workshops scheduled this week after councilors determined they had no questions for the department heads scheduled to appear.

The workshops, held throughout April, give councilors a chance to question department heads about their budget requests and Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr. on his proposed 2019-20 budget.

Councilors decided they have no questions for the Animal Control and Health departments, the two departments that were scheduled for a workshop tonight following the regular Town Council meeting, which is still on.

Upcoming workshops are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in Town Hall council chambers.

Thursday: Board of Education, Cafeteria, Youth & Social Services, Parks & Recreation

May 2: Economic Development Commission, Registrar of Voters, Wallingford Center Inc., Senior Center, Historic Program Match, Center Street Cemetery, Public Celebrations, Columbus House, Wallingford 2020 and the Spanish Community of Wallingford.

The council can make amendments to Dickinson's budget before voting to adopt a 2019-20 budget. If the council does not adopt an amended budget, the mayor's proposal will go into effect automatically.

LTakores@record-journal.com
203-317-2212
Twitter: @LCTakores


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