North Hempstead Adjusts 2012 Fiscal Budget

Over $800,000 in expenditures and income lines shifted around 2012 fiscal budget.

The board adjusted its budget during Tuesday night's meeting.

The largest budget amount, $500,000, was for services related to Hurriance Irene. The Town anticipates that it will get some or all of this money back in the form of grants or aid from Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The Town also adjusted other budget lines to the tune of $227,000 for money that was income coming into the Town for projects performed by the Highway Department for outside local municipalities, including Sands Point Village, and additional rental revenues received. And $115,000 was moved from the Town's general fund to the capital project fund to pay for additional road repair work that was done during the recent unseasonably warm weather.

taxpayer March 10, 2012 at 04:15 AM
is the town going to give another $250,000 for another phony "film festival", to Kaimans connected people, so they can have their "mansion party"?
R Miller March 11, 2012 at 12:15 PM
Here we go the shell game. The FEMA money should of been approved by now. Waiting on the money is one thing because they pay slow but what I see is we did not do the paperwork right. Taxpayer one should look at the patronage funds we pay out to the various legal council the town uses also. Glad to see kaiman has mastered the old republican operation of back in the day. Pay to play
unfortunately a resident March 11, 2012 at 01:47 PM
That is why Kaiman got reelected. so he can continue paying off all the lawyers he uses to cover up his corruptions and criminal activities in Town , we are all paying for it .


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