Brookfield working on 'tightest budget ever,' significant road repairs will be delayed
BROOKFIELD – How the village of Brookfield will spend its money on infrastructure projects and other capital expenses over the next five years was discussed at the Brookfield Board of Trustees meeting on Monday night.
Assistant Village manager Keith Sbiral said the tentative plan, which includes the 2014 budget that will be voted on by the board before the end of the year, freezes village hiring and keeps spending virtually flat, increasing it by 3 percent each year.
Village President Kit Ketchmark asked Sbiral if he and the heads of the village departments believed they could continue to operate comfortably considering all of the budget items they wanted, but would likely not be getting in next year’s plan.
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