Public Notices and Budget Documents

Public Notices

NOTICE OF BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETING 

A public meeting of the City of Turner’s Budget Committee is scheduled to consider the budget for fiscal year July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025, on Thursday, April 25, 2024 at 7:00 pm at Turner City Hall (Council Chambers), 5255 Chicago St SE, Turner, Oregon.  The Committee will accept public comment at that meeting.  A second meeting of the Budget Committee is scheduled on May 9, 2024, also at 7:00 pm at the same location. 

 

A copy of the budget document will be available for review at Turner City Hall on April 18th, 2024.  A link to the budget documents will also be posted on the City of Turner’s website: www.turneroregon.gov on the home page.

 

Questions may be directed to City Administrator, Scott McClure at 503-743-2155.

NOTICE OF UR BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETING 

A public meeting of the Turner Urban Renewal Budget Committee is scheduled to consider the budget for fiscal year July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025, on Thursday, April 25th, 2024 at 6:00 pm Turner City Hall (Council Chambers), 5255 Chicago St SE, Turner, Oregon.  The Committee will accept public comment at that meeting.

 

A copy of the budget document will be available for review at Turner City Hall on April 18, 2024.  A link to the budget documents will also be posted on the City of Turner’s website: www.turneroregon.gov on the home page.

 

Questions may be directed to City Administrator, Scott McClure at 503-743-2155.

 

Scott McClure, City Administrator

City of Turner

Urban Renewal

The Turner Urban Renewal Agency (Agency) has published the FY 2021/2022 annual report. It is on file at City Hall and with the Agency and on this website at https://turneroregon.gov/urbanrenewal. The full information is available to all interested persons. In FY 2021/2022, the Agency received $41,518 in property tax revenue and expended $2,116. The estimated revenues for FY 2022/2023 are $45,500 from property taxes and $150,000 from loans. The FY 2022/2023 budget includes $213,000 in expenditures. The estimated impact of carrying out the urban renewal plan on the tax collections for the preceding year for all taxing districts is shown in the table below. The remaining indebtedness for the Area is $4,987,322. 

Taxing Jurisdiction

 Foregone Revenue FY 2021/2022 

Marion County

$10,832.55

City of Turner

$12,588.56

Marion Soil & Water

$159.64

County Ext & 4-H Serv District

$159.64

Turner Fire District

$6,438.70

Cascade School

$16,625.10

Willamette Regional ESD

$1,049.05

Chemeketa Community College

$2,234.93

Regional Library

$273.66

Total

$50,361.83

 

 

 

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