Leland budget talks begin with review of town needs

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By Brian Slattery

LELAND — Leland town officials and staff began budget discussions Feb. 5 anticipating working with a $14.5 million budget.

But for their first budget talks in 2018 they focused more on goals officials want to meet than revenues and expenditures.

Town Manager David Hollis said the staff will develop budget numbers in March and April once they have more information on sales and use taxes and town growth.

Councilman Mike Callahan said the town should consider revisiting discussions from last year’s budget cycle on cleaning up trash along the roads.

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