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Gov. Scott Walker's office released a transcript of his much-anticipated budget address Tuesday. In the speech, Walker says his plan will reduce overall state spending by 6.7 percent which will mean a $1.25 billion reduction in local revenue sharing. Walker was to deliver his address at 4 p.m.
During a special meeting of the electors Tuesday, Nov. 10, citizens of the town of Hudson voted in favor of allowing the town to exceed its current price cap of $5,000 per mile for road construction and repair.
Department budget requests, escalating insurance costs and lagging sales tax income sabotaged the St. Croix County Finance Committee’s plan to hold the tax levy increase to the rate of new construction.
Although the changes don’t appear to have much impact on the big picture, the numbers affecting the school budget and tax levy continue to change. The good news is that the deadline for any changes is Nov. 1.
Same-sex partnerships went into effect in Wisconsin earlier this week. Obviously there are strong sentiments on both sides of the issue, but what disturbs many observers is the fact that the law was never debated openly, but rather written and passed in the state budget process.
The Hudson Board of Education got more bad news about the upcoming school budget at last week’s meeting. According to Financial Services Director Tim Erickson, state aid to the Hudson School District will be an estimated $2,697,000 less than last year.
Elections have consequences. Today our Democrat-controlled state Legislature voted for the biggest tax increase in Wisconsin history: $2.1 billion in new taxes and fees, a deficit of almost $2.3 billion, while borrowing another $2.9 billion.
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