Commission Adopts FY 2021 Budget

During the August 10, 2020, Commission Meeting, the Elmore County Commission unanimously adopted the fiscal year 2021 budget.  The $31 million budget includes items such as:

  • an allocation for year two of employee merit raises;
  • reduced worker compensation and liability insurance costs,
  • absorbs an increase in employee health insurance premiums,
  • conversion of Tier II employees to Tier I benefits for retirement purposes,
  • year two of SSUT allocation to the County and Tallassee Boards of Education,
  • the addition of two new deputy positions,
  • the addition of an additional 911 dispatcher,
  • an additional construction crew to assist with municipal, BOE and economic development type projects,
  • continued rotation of the county fleet to minimize ownership costs,
  • year two of expenditures of County Rebuild Alabama Funds and Federal Exchange Funds,
  • the one-time capacity project matches for the Redland Road corridor improvement project and Redland Road/ Firetower Road roundabout project that should begin construction in late 2020, and
  • operational costs for the new Wi-Fi hotspots located throughout the county.

The county budget can be found here

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