Strum Village Board approves 2021 budget
STRUM - The Strum Village Board gave its approval to the village's 2021 budget at a special meeting of the board held back on Nov. 30.
The budget has a levy of $332,745.97. Expenditures and revenues have been set at $1,872,770. The village is receiving $364,694 in inter-governmental revenues and $967,700 in other revenues. Capital outlays make up the biggest budget item at 936,306.00 followed by public works, public safety and debt service which are all over $200,000.
During the same meeting, the board approved the hiring of Kurtis Weber for a position in the public works department; approved the purchase of fairway mower, utility vehicle, greens groomer and sand spreader for a total cost of $14,250; approved a bid from Hilltoppers in Onalaska to haul dumpers from the recycling center and approved a new credit/debit card company for the village, GovPayNet with a decrease in the fee from 3.75 percent to 2.62 percent for card use by the village.