At their Tuesday
June 19, 2012 meeting, the Danville Town Council voted unanimously to approve
the Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Plan for the 2012-13 fiscal year.
The $34 million spending plan calls for $26.1 million budgeted for Town
expenses, $2 million for the Town as Successor Agency to the former Danville
Community Redevelopment Agency and $5,9 million in capital expenditures. The
approved budget is down from the 2011-12 expenditures of $35.2 million.
Town Manager Joe
Calabrigo said that the Town was affected by the State of California’s
elimination of redevelopment, but due to careful financial planning, Danville
was able to approve a balanced budget.
“The goal of the
budget process is to keep the Town’s highest priorities in focus,” Calabrigo
explained. “That way we can provide services that are most important to the
largest possible segment of our community, while staying within our means.”
Calabrigo said the
Town will continue to operate with sound financial planning, with ten year
projections showing that Danville is following a course that is fiscally
Copies of the Town
Manager’s Budget in Brief and CIP in brief messages as well as the budget in its entirety are on the Town’s website at http://www.danville.ca.gov/Council_and_Government/Departments/Finance/
For more information on the budget, contact Town Manager Joe
Calabrigo at (925) 314 -3388 or email@example.com.