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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Mill Creek's financial picture painted in a meeting

Plans made for more belt-tightening


Last updated 3/7/2021 at 8:40am

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In spite of COVID-19 and legal fees, the city of Mill Creek's budget appears to be doing well.

Laurel Gimzo, Finance Director, shared details of the past two years, including revenue for all city funds.

The city closed out the year for 2020, Gimzo said, and will anticipate a more extensive audit than in the past due to grant funding from the CARES Act.

After an amendment from the original budget, the city dropped from $57.1 million to $56 million in expenses, and the city only spent $47.8 million.

"That's impressive," Gimzo said.

She said with COVID they were pressing, throughout 2020,...

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