Coweta County commissioners on Tuesday adopted the $62.3 million general fund budget for fiscal year 2014 that begins in October.
General fund revenues for the new fiscal year are expected to total $62,341,885. That figure represents an increase of approximately $2.5 million over the current budget period that ends Sept. 30.
The expected increase in revenue is a result of the new legislatively-imposed ad valorem tax methodology on vehicles purchases where 6.5 percent of the cost of the vehicle is added as a one-time tag expense. Read More»