Terre Haute city officials have already started writing their budget for 2010. That’s two months ahead of schedule, according to Mayor Duke Bennett.
Under a proposal passed by the Vigo County Library Board this week, a majority of the county's library branches will close within six weeks. WFIU's Daniel Robison has more.
Columbus is already formulating its budget for 2010, more than six months before the city council will first consider it. But Mayor Fred Armstrong said the city must find a way to fund city expenses despite the potential loss of millions of revenue dollars from new property tax caps passed by last year’s General Assembly. […]
The Legislative Services Agency released new estimates this month for how property tax caps passed by last year’s state legislature will affect each county in the state. But as WFIU’s Daniel Robison reports, the estimates are anything but a sure thing.
As Indiana lawmakers work to craft a new two-year state budget, discussion of funding formulas is expected to be front-and-center.
A Bloomington state representative is the chair of a statehouse summer study committee examining whether further changes need to be made to Indiana's property tax statute.