INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Marion County City-County Council says they have finalized a list of priorities for the upcoming 2014 budget.
The council’s priorities are solving the public safety crisis, fund neighborhood development and services and fund education.
The council plans to give resources to IMPD officers and figure out a solution for the large number of abandoned property, ensure parks funding and more funding for the Indianapolis libraries, and work with charter authorizers for new charter schools.
Councillors say the points listed will align spending with local residents needs. The priorities are based on the community’s input.
Visit the council’s website for more information.
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