Auburn selectmen eliminate $59k budget shortfall
According to Town Administrator Bill Herman, the expenses have been incurred since each department’s 2014 budget was established late last year.
In addition, a third full-time police patrolman has been hired. Though the officer is replacing a sergeant who recently retired at a greater rate of pay, selectmen had to find $39,900 for 10 months of projected employment, said Herman.
Herman said concerns of mold at the public safety complex led to the town retaining a Concord firm at a cost of $1,920 to thoroughly check out the building.
Other areas that had money reallocated include $1,537 from police details; $1,000 from the planning board legal account; $1,000 from general welfare assistance; $1,000 from parks and recreation; $750 from the Town Report line; and $500 from the building inspector legal account.
“At the end of the day, all current employees and operations are still in place, and that was part of decision process.
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