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Kill Devil Hills commissioners cover budget, street improvement projects at meeting

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Kill Devil Hills town manager Debora Diaz presented the estimated 2021-22 budget to commissioners at the May 26 regular meeting.

Diaz presented a 103-page budget report, highlighting general budget items and changes as well as division-by-division explanations. “The review and adoption of the annual operating budget is one of the most important policy-making responsibilities of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners,” Diaz wrote in her report overview.

The 2021-22 general fund revenue is projected at $21,489,445, funded primarily by ad valorem taxes at 46%

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