Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Voter-approved accounting change boosts city of Muskegon budget

Voter-approved accounting change boosts city of Muskegon budget MLive.com

"That gave the city a one-time accounting advantage of collecting a year’s worth of revenues but having only six months of expenditures. There was no new cash in the city coffers — just a new way to account for it, said Finance Director Tim Paul."

Smoke and mirrors celebrated by the city and The Chronicle.

That'll bring in a lot of jobs......

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