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BUDGET 2010-2011
2010-2011 Adopted Annual Operating Budget [PDF] (78 MB in file size)
2010-2011 Proposed Annual Operating Budget [PDF] (3 MB in file size)
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04/30/10 - Mayor Presents the Budget
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Mayor Haslam Presents the Budget

April 30, 2010 - Mayor Bill Haslam said Friday that the City of Knoxville’s already conservative spending habits will become even tighter during Fiscal Year 2010-2011 – the second straight year that the city’s budget will decrease to match falling revenues.

Mayor Haslam Presents the Budget

But the mayor told several hundred people gathered at Island Home Park that the level of city services will remain the same, there will be no layoffs and all employees except directors and senior directors will receive raises.

He also told the crowd that his proposed budget does not include a tax hike. Instead, he said Knoxville’s city government will live within its means.

“We are in a unique situation here at the City,” Haslam said. “Our very conservative approach to budgeting and our emphasis on tight management have kept us in a relatively strong position.”

He added, “But there is no getting around the fact that we are at the point where we have to tighten our belts even more if we are to keep the City healthy over the long term.”
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The complete proposed budget is in this one PDF file below.

File is 3 MB in size.
2010-2011 Proposed Annual Operating Budget [PDF]



The complete adopted budget is in this one PDF file below.

File is 77 MB in size.
2010-2011 Adopted Annual Operating Budget [PDF]









 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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