Philipstown Board Adopts $8 Million-Plus Budget for 2011

 On a unanimous, 5-0 vote, the Philipstown Town Board Thursday night (Nov. 18) adopted a budget of $8,510,649 for fiscal 2011, which begins Jan. 1. With anticipated revenue of $1,632, 934 and an unexpended balance of $110,000 left in town coffers, the town must raise $6,767,715 through taxes. By comparison, the fiscal 2010 budget was $8,821,300, with $6,870,114 to be raised by taxes.

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