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Spending in the proposed Anderson County Fiscal Court budget is slated to increase 4 percent, if approved by magistrates who had little to say last Tuesday when the budget was presented for a first reading.
The budget calls for spending to increase from $7,173,172 to $7,462,735 — a jump of $289,563, nearly half of which is in payroll increases.
Budgeted revenue is anticipated to go up 3.3 percent, from $6,720,502 to $6,944,336, an increase of $223,834 that includes anticipated gains in property tax revenue, EMS collections and an increase in county road aid.
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