The Corning City Council is expected to vote on a 1.5 percent tax hike on Monday.
The budget calls for an increase from $11.62 To $11.80 per $1,000 of assessed value.
The Council said the hike will keep all services in place. it would also not require any further reduction of the city’s full-time workforce of 102 employees.
The new budget would also include an additional $100,000 for street paving, that’s according to our media partner, The Leader.
Officials said the proposed budget is below the state tax cap.
The council is expected to vote on Monday at 6:30 p.m., inside the council chambers at City Hall.