|Vilas eyes loan, general fund grab to balance budget|
By Ken Anderson
The Vilas County Finance Committee worked through more cuts and increased projected revenues last week to eliminate an estimated $1.7 million budget deficit.
The committee called for increases in revenues of $135,000 and made additional cuts of $532,958, leaving a 2014 budget shortfall of $1,049,105.
That shortfall is proposed to be covered by short-term borrowing of $500,000 and taking $549,105 from the county general fund.Five line items were eyed for revenue increases, including
|Tuesday, September 10, 2013 6:14 PM|