City Council passes first reading of 2018-19 Budget

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City Council recognized Ron Roberts (left) for his 20 years of service with the City of Newberry. He is pictured with Fire Chief Keith Minick (right). - Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer
Tyler Duncan (center) was recognized by City Council for his efforts in track at Newberry High School. Duncan is the 3A State Champion in the 3200 meter for the third year in a row and the State Champion in the 1600 meter. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right). - Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer
Newberry Academy’s McCallum Senn (center) was recognized by council for being the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA)’s state champion in the 3200 meter. Senn also finished second in the 1600 meters during the state competition. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right). - Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer

NEWBERRY – Newberry City Council passed the first reading of the fiscal year 2018-19 budget Tuesday night, balanced at $66,751,454. No amendments were made to the budget following previous budget work sessions.

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City Council recognized Ron Roberts (left) for his 20 years of service with the City of Newberry. He is pictured with Fire Chief Keith Minick (right).
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_DSC08873.jpgCity Council recognized Ron Roberts (left) for his 20 years of service with the City of Newberry. He is pictured with Fire Chief Keith Minick (right). Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer

Tyler Duncan (center) was recognized by City Council for his efforts in track at Newberry High School. Duncan is the 3A State Champion in the 3200 meter for the third year in a row and the State Champion in the 1600 meter. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right).
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_DSC08874.jpgTyler Duncan (center) was recognized by City Council for his efforts in track at Newberry High School. Duncan is the 3A State Champion in the 3200 meter for the third year in a row and the State Champion in the 1600 meter. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right). Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer

Newberry Academy’s McCallum Senn (center) was recognized by council for being the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA)’s state champion in the 3200 meter. Senn also finished second in the 1600 meters during the state competition. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right).
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_DSC08876.jpgNewberry Academy’s McCallum Senn (center) was recognized by council for being the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA)’s state champion in the 3200 meter. Senn also finished second in the 1600 meters during the state competition. He is pictured with Councilman Zebbie Goudelock (left) and Mayor Foster Senn (right). Elyssa Haven | For The Newberry Observer

Elyssa Haven for The Newberry Observer