LEESBURG TOWN COUNCIL ADOPTS BUDGET
During the regular meeting of the Leesburg Town Council this week, the Council adopted a 1.48 million dollar budget for the next fiscal year. The resignation of James Goodwin was accepted. For a number of years he has been the Town’s maintenance man. The Council will be posting the job for someone to fill. Applications may be picked up at Town Hall.
The Contract with Extended Family For Kids in the amount of $750 was approved for another year as was the Contract with the Family Care Center in the amount of $750.
The Council approved the purchase of a new gate for the entrance of the campground at Leesburg Landing. The police department will be receiving an graded printer for their office and Fire Department will be getting new equipment as approved by the Council from grant funding.
The Council declared a Ford Truck, a dump truck, a handgun and a rifle as surplus property and will be placed on gov deals dot com to be sold.
The Council Invites Everyone To Join Them In the Park on Saturday for the Annual Leesburg Day Celebration beginning at 9AM.
The next meeting of the Leesburg Town Council is set for Monday, October3rd with planning session at 4:30 and meeting at 5.