First Budget Vote You’re probably sick of hearing me talk about the City budget by now, but it’s really important, so I’m going to keep going. First (of two) votes on the FY21-22 budget passed at the BOMA voting meeting this past Monday night. A budget says a lot about BOMA’s priorities. This fiscal year […]

Buckner Road 90 Day Closure About 900 feet of Buckner Road will be closed this summer for around 90 days. The June Lake (Alexander Farm) development will begin work on the newly realigned Buckner Lane north of the Buckner/ Buckner intersection in the next couple of months. June Lake will also be reconstructing the Buckner/Buckner […]

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Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Well….I didn’t see this one coming, but Spring Hill still does not have a budget for fiscal year 2020-2021. Monday night’s second and final vote of the fiscal year 2020-2021 budget failed in a 4-4 tie. Aldermen Allen, Gavigan, Nieves and myself voted in favor of the proposed budget. Aldermen Fuqua, […]

A City’s budget represents it’s priorities. And it’s extremely important that as the BOMA sets our fiscal year 2021-2022 budget, we first hear from you on what’s important to you. An link to provide input into the 2021-2022 fiscal year budget is at the end of this page following an overview of the current budget. […]

As part of the new Buckner Rd interchange, local funding will be required to complete the project. The $25,000,000 Federal Build grant relieves a significant portion of the financial burden, but Spring Hill will still need to contribute local funds.   Spring Hill is considering a borrow to secure the local funds necessary to complete […]

The link below contains a high level overview of the 2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget. Restricted revenue fund numbers are not included in the overview. 2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget   A far more detailed breakdown of the General Fund budget, along with Restricted Revenue Funds, can be found here. Spring Hill will […]

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