PLAIN CITY -- Council members have adopted a budget for fiscal year 2011-12 that includes a projection of $1.9 million in revenues.
Mayor Jay Jenkins said there will be no raises for city employees in the coming year.
"We're asking city employees to not do a raise this year, the economy is so tough, so that is what we're asking."
Treasurer Steve Davis said the city is in good financial condition except for the sewer fund.
"We're $155,000 in the hole there," he said. "One thing we're faced with is the Central Weber hookup. They will increase (their fees), and you need to look at a sewer rate increase on the other one. We are running short with that every year."
Only a portion of residents in Plain City use Central Weber Sewer. Davis said it has been many years since residents not using Central Weber Sewer have seen any kind of cost increase.
Council members also approved adjustments to the 2010-11 fiscal year budget.
The sales tax revenue was increased by $30,000, and building permits were increased by $20,000. Landfill fees were increased by $25,000, and of a $57,000 reserve of funds for fire hydrants, the city had spent $20,000 in the current year.
The sewer fund was increased by $20,000.
Davis said not much has been spent out of the city's capital projects fund this year.
Jenkins also thanked Davis for a job well done in helping Plain City remain in good financial condition.