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City presents preservation awards
Council passes final reading on FY 2018 budget
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The Historic Landmarks Commission presented several awards for historic preservation during the May 9 meeting of city council. Shown from left are Laurie Parks, Lynn Holmes, Shawn Putnam, Duncan McIntosh, Laurie McIntosh, Sunshine Smith, Greg Simonson,Trip Guinn, Holly Tatum, Jim Tatum, Gretchen Partin, Andrew Partin, David Partin and William J. Brazier. - photo by Johnny Deal
Camden City Council passed second and final reading of its FY 2017-18 budget during the May 9 regular session city council meeting. The budget comes in at a little over $44 million and consists of five funds: General Fund (approximately $9.919 million, representing 73.1 mils), Project Improvement Fund ($488,700, or 13.8 mils), Paving Fund ($368,700, or 10.2 mils), Utility Fund (nearly $32.634 million) and Local Source Revenue Fund ($970,000). No millage increase or utility fund increases are proposed, City Manager Mel Pearson said.

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