WARWICK, RI — This evening’s City Council Intergovernmental Committee will hear a proposal allowing the city to adjust the residential – commercial property tax mix, raising concern with a councillor […]
The Warwick City Council wrapped its review of the FY18 budget Wednesday night at City Hall, covering pensions, the DPW, Fire Department and the city’s healthcare provider among the balance of budget items not covered Tuesday night, and they’ll reconvene Saturday at 9 a.m. to make amendments.
Homes are worth more following the state mandated property revaluation in 2015, so Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $298,728,119 FY2017 budget — the hearings for which begin Saturday — drops tax rates.
City Councillors passed Mayor Scott Avedisian’s $294,048,252 FY16 budget Wednesday, cutting from several line items to add $1.337,000 to the $1 million paving budget, and $65,000 to professional services for an independent auditor.
Warwick’s City Council shuffled the deck on Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $288 million budget Monday at City Hall, moving $997,929.31, most of it from healthcare, to boost paving funds and school spending.