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Decoding Village Agendas – April 5, 2022
Work Session of the Village Board
Georgianna Grant Room
1. Review of the EMS Budget Overall, the amount requested is $438,219, an increase over FY 2021/2022 of $12,601 or 2.96%. The annual contracts for EMT and Paramedics has increased $16,776.
2. Review of the Fire Department Budget The total request is $587,758, an increase of $10,642 (1.84%). One component on the increase in the annual payment for the Length of Service Program, increased $15,915. There was also a decrease of $23,000 in other lines.
3. Review of the Police Department Budget The Police Department proposed budget calls for an increase of $9,996 to $3,303,481. This includes a proposed increase of $20,000 in the DARE program which was substantially curtailed during the Covid period. The proposed budget includes funding for one vacant Officer position of $68,916.
The complete proposed budget is available from the Village’s website as well as the backup documents for this agenda.