Topics will include the city’s current fiscal overview and future budgetary projects.

Hapeville holding budget information, input sessions

The City of Hapeville will hold a budgetary information presentation followed by a citizen input session.

“Citizen Chalkboard” sessions are from 8:30 -10:30 a.m., April 12, and from 6-8 p.m., April 13, at Hapeville police headquarters, 700 Doug Davis Dr.

Citizens who can’t make either session can email input to: budgetquestions@hapeville.org

Topics of the second annual Citizen Chalkboard event will include the city’s current fiscal overview, a five-year fiscal history of the city, how the budget is formulated/allotted, as well as a look at future budgetary projects. Citizens will be able to give input on relevant budgetary project ideas.

Information: www.hapeville.org

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