The Princeton City Council met in special called session Tuesday night at the Tourism Center in downtown Princeton.

The purpose of the special called meeting was to approve the budget and the Personnel Pay Plan for Fiscal Year 2019.

Ordinance 06-25-2018-2, the budget for the City of Princeton for Fiscal Year 2019, is now as follows: the city will receive $2,594,574 in taxes and $1,195,483 in other revenue; the budget states that $687,211 is allotted for general government expenditures, $2,043,302 is allotted for public safety, $1,040,614 is allotted for public works, and $18,930 is allotted as a reserve for contingencies which equals a total balanced budget of $3,790,057. After a motion and a second and a roll call vote the council unanimously approved the budget.

Ordinance 06-25-2018-1, the Personnel Pay Plan for Fiscal Year 2019, includes no raises for any elected city officials but does include several changes to the city employee ranking that added raises across city employment. After a motion and a second and a roll call vote the council unanimously approved the personnel pay plan.

Mayor Beavers then entertained a motion to adjourn and after a motion and a second the meeting adjourned. The next regular session Princeton City Council meeting will be held on Monday, July 2nd and is open to the public.

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