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Councilman khalid Launches Video Newsletter
July 12, 2018 — In an effort to reach a wider audience with news about the new City of South Fulton, Councilman khalid has created a video newsletter, available on YouTube at khalidCaresTV. Please watch & share the video above.
SOUTH FULTON'S 2019 BUDGET
The Calendar by which our City budgets & spends money is known as the Fiscal Year (FY). FY2019 will begin October 1, 2018 (much like the 2019 School Year begins in Fall 2018). The federal government's Fiscal Year also beings October 1.
Like most cities, South Fulton city spends about half its budget on Public Safety (Police, Fire & 911 services).
Note: Administration includes Mayor, Council, HR, IT, Facilities, Financial, Legal, Clerk salaries & expenses. Public Works includes streets, right-of-way and stormwater maintenance. Economic Development includes Planning Department salaries & services, and money collected from Hotel/Motel taxes.
Around 20 percent of the City Budget goes to service our Tax Anticipation Note (TAN) debt. This is the money the City borrowed during startup while waiting to receive property tax revenues from the state, which as delayed for several months this year while Fulton County argued with the Georgia Department of Revenue over 2018 Tax Assessments..
The City of South Fulton is holding several Public Hearings on the 2019 Budget View the schedule and take our 2019 Budget Survey.
2019 BUDGET HEARINGS
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 • 6PM
Tuesday, Sept 11, 2018 • 6PM
ALL at South Fulton Service Center
5600 Stonewall Tell Road, 30349
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CITYHOOD TRANSITION NEWS
February 26, 2018: Fire
March 26, 2018: Police
May 2018: Parks & Recreation
October 2018: Public Works
Fall 2018: Citywide Garbage Collection
(the city has no jurisdiction over Fulton County Schools)
Mandatory Citywide Garbage Collection Coming This Fall
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