County Executive and Administration to Bring 2020 Proposed Budget to Towns and Villages

(BINGHAMTON, NY) Broome County is once again bringing its budget presentation to municipalities. As with his 2019 Budget Address County Executive Garnar’s administration is continuing the tradition of taking public addresses into the community, to the residents of Broome County.

Over the course of the next weeks, members of County Executive Garnar’s administration will be visiting each municipality. This week they will be making stops at the Town of Chenango, Village of Port Dickinson, Town of Conklin, Village of Endicott, Town of Sanford, Town of Vestal and Town of Triangle. The events are open to the public. For the full list of scheduled visits click here or visit

In September County Executive Jason Garnar delivered his 2020 Budget Address at GiGi’s Playhouse Southern Tier in Vestal.

The County Executive detailed a $401 million recommended county budget. His plan includes a tax cut, reducing the county property tax levy by 0.51. This is the second year in a row the Executive has recommended a tax cut in his budget plan. The County Executive also addressed his commitment to continuing to work with municipalities in Broome County. He is once again proposing no change to the sales tax formula for 2020.

The 2020 proposed budget maintains critical county services and programs that residents depend on and deserve. Within his 2020 plan, County Executive Garnar is making major investments in infrastructure and public safety.

Publish Date
October 7, 2019