"We're seeing a number of local municipalities with budget woes taking extreme of measures to cut costs right now," Sawyer said. "Some of our neighboring communities are eliminating pay raises for employees, cutting positions, and reducing public safety to make up for shortfalls. Grant and his team worked hard to come in under budget again this year and find operational savings to lower the 2013 General Fund."
The town's budget is submitted to Hendricks County and then the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance in early November. The state's property tax agency certifies tax rates, levies and budgets in February.
Copies of the budget documents are available on the town's website at www.brownsburg.org, under Town officials/Clerk-Treasurer/Budgets.