1 - Rising health care costs drive benefits
|FINAL - FY 2017||FINAL - FY 2018||FINAL - FY 2019||Proposed - FY 2020|
|Subtotal, Employee Benefits||10,955,567||11,693,882||12,360,354||12,315,354|
Will the benefits line item really come down in 2020?
Probably not. These numbers are preliminary and will likely change before the Town Council sees the 'final' budget numbers for their May budget hearings (May 22-23)
|Rising health care costs drive benefits|
2 - How much is the School budget part of the whole Town budget?
|Proposed - FY 2020 Percent|
|Subtotal, General Government||8.9%|
|Subtotal, Public Safety||10.5%|
|Subtotal, DPW - Highway||4.2%|
|Subtotal, Human Services||0.6%|
|Subtotal, Culture & Recreation||1.4%|
|Subtotal, Debt & Interest||5.9%|
|Subtotal, Employee Benefits||10.6%|
|Subtotal, Liability Insurance||0.5%|
The Schools budget here includes Tri-County, Norfolk Ag and the Franklin Public Schools. As near as I can tell, the Charter School portion comes in and out on the State funding lines of the budget document.
|How much is the School budget part of the whole Town budget|
The spreadsheet copy of these numbers can be found online. The original Town of Franklin doc is also found online.
Town of Franklin budget doc
Post a Comment