Mayor's Corner
Feb 24, 2017 | No Comment »
Mayor's Corner

Dear Residents,

It is once again time for the City Council to adopt an annual budget – a document that may seem abstract to many, but has real, everyday consequences for each and every resident of our City.
This year I’m gravely concerned because despite my warnings last year, the ill-advised decision to use one-time revenue from the sale proceeds of a City property, the Liberty School, to plug a budget hole has come back to haunt us.

Unless the City Council takes immediate action to cut spending, residents could be facing a nearly unprecedented 7.5 percent hike in property taxes.
To me this is simply unacceptable so I sent a letter to each Council member…

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Updates on Mayor's Boards and Committees
14 Feb 2018 | No Comment »

Republished from NorthJersey.com

Mayor Frank Huttle is calling on the city to enact immediate spending cuts to prevent this year’s municipal budget from costing the owner of an average home an additional $382 in property taxes.

The proposed budget, outlined in a memo by City Manager Ed Hynes, calls for a 7.4 percent tax increase to support a $66 million budget that is facing a $1.1 million, or nearly 10 percent, revenue drop from last year. The deficit is slightly less than what the city spent on its Parks and Recreation Department last year.

“Englewood taxpayers simply cannot afford another year of higher property taxes thanks to reckless spending,” Huttle wrote in a statement. “It’s time for the city to…

24 Feb 2017 | No Comment »

Dear Residents,

It is once again time for the City Council to adopt an annual budget – a document that may seem abstract to many, but has real, everyday consequences for each and every resident of our City.
This year I’m gravely concerned because despite my warnings last year, the ill-advised decision to use one-time revenue from the sale proceeds of a City property, the Liberty School, to plug a budget hole has come back to haunt us.

Unless the City Council takes immediate action to cut spending, residents could be facing a nearly unprecedented 7.5 percent hike in property taxes.
To me this is simply unacceptable so I sent a letter to each Council member…

3 Sep 2015 | No Comment »

Dear Residents,

I would like to extend an invitation to you, together with the City Council, to the Fourteenth Anniversary of September 11th 2001 Englewood Commemoration Ceremony. I hope you will be able to join us.

The ceremony will be held at the new monument in Veterans Memorial Park (across from Bank of America) at 4PM on Friday, September 11th 2015. Please arrive early as the Commemoration Ceremony will begin promptly. In the event of inclement weather, we will hold the ceremony at bergenPAC.

I look forward to seeing you there as we mark this important and historic day.

Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions at 201-871-6666 or via email.

Regards,

Mayor Frank Huttle

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