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Gloucester supervisors continue talks on FY 2024 budget

The Gloucester Board of Supervisors held a pair of work session meetings last week as it prepares to adopt its FY 2024 operational budget and the accompanying tax rates.

The board is expected to vote on the matter when it meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the colonial courthouse.

After meeting on Tuesday, April 18, board members returned the following night to continue their discussion of the budget.

On Wednesday, the board continued its discussion of the additional $243,654 in revenue from the State Compensation Board that County Administrator Carol Steele had mentioned the night before. Of that amount, $90,000 will be used to fund an investigator position for the Gloucester Sheriff’s Office. This number accounts for the position’s base salary as well as health insurance and other expenses.

Steele said revenue from the Compensation Board could be more if the state moves from a 5 percent increase to 7 percent. At 7 percent, the county would receive a total of $398,246 above the c...

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