Revenues Fall Short in 2018/19 For Chillicothe
Revenues for the City of Chillicothe fell short of what was budgeted for the year ending March 31st, but City Administrator Darin Chappell says the shortfall on revenue was very small.
Chappell says even with the shortfall, the City is doing well financially.
Chappell Credits the Council and the Staff at city hall but says the Department Heads are the ones that deserve a lot of credit.
He says while they tightened their belt and were more efficient, the city was also able to give the employees a 3% Cost of Living increase both last year and again this year while still adding to the reserves.