Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: June 19, 2:02 am)
The Shelby County Fiscal Court approved the second reading Tuesday of what County Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger called, “a balanced budget” of $18.1 million.
The budget contained no surprises, with the few changes that were made since the first reading already having been discussed. Those include a 2 percent raise for county employees, up slightly from the 1.76 percent increase Rothenburger had suggested, and a $50,000 transfer from the EMS fund, which will mean one less new ambulance in the fleet. Deputy EMS Director Jeff Ivers said he could work with that.
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