|The CFO Budget Summit|
|2011||$ 211.639||$ 28.543||$ 96.720|
|2010||$ 204.293||$ 29.264||$ 95.001|
|2009||$ 200.632||$ 32.816||$ 92.780||$ 143.009|
|2008||$ 189.095||$ 32.637||$ 91.114||$ 138.016|
|2007||$ 183.520||$ 26.890||$ 86.240|
|2006||$ 179.666||$ 25.069||$ 83.400|
Please notice that the General Fund is a monotonically increasing sequence
Please notice that the allotment to schools (including Keeefe) by town meeting is also monotonically increasing.
The following is a statement from our town manager Julian Suso in the 2008 Annual Report
As we know, all local and state governments are being profoundly affected by the national economic downturn which we are experiencing. In the last quarter of calendar year 2008, in response to a significant decrease in Town revenues, I initiated a freeze on all hiring for non-esential staff positions within the town and a companion spending freeze on all operating spending which could reasonably be deferred until longer term revenue trends stabilize. It is our responsibility as public servants to operate within available revenues, and to manage Town affairs in a reasonable, cost-effective manner.
What exactly is non-essential staff?
These two pages represent the latest school budget and show most of
the Full Time Equivalents (FTEs), 1,157.
These two pages represent the 2011 town budget and show the Full Time Equivalents (FTEs), 580.
During her speech on 12/14/2010, our CFO clearly stated that the town and
schools had 1,565 FTEs.
And this does not include those that are funded by some $18 million
in state and federal grants to the
This page shows the true costs of our schools for 2008 and 2009.
This page represents unfunded mandates for the schools.
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