Genoa Village Council reviewed its 2011 temporary budget for a second time Dec. 20 and then approved it, the village administrator said.
The budget, set for slightly more than $8 million to fund operations for the western Ottawa County village, was on council’s regular session agenda, where it was passed as an emergency measure.
There are no major new expenses in it and council has until early 2011 to pass the permanent budget, according to Garth Adams, administrator.
Mayor Mark Williams agreed.
Last year, the village leaders worked with staff to pinpoint priorities and keep the budget in check in a volatile economy, he noted.
“As far as the budget is concerned, we are in pretty good shape,” he said regarding 2011 projections. “The finance committee has worked hard and we are just trying to make it as efficient as we can. There is nothing dramatic or anything outrageous. We are just trying to make sure everything is covered.”