Suffern village will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2014-15 budget at 7 p.m. tonight.
Earlier this year, the State Comptroller’s Office designated Suffern the most fiscally stressed among the 482 villages in the state, citing its $1.3 million deficit stemming from its water and sewer funds.
Village Treasurer Thomas Zordan said the spending plan for 2014-15 would meet the cap while gradually eliminating the deficit.
All villages in the state whose fiscal year starts June 1 have to adopt its budget by May 1.
Click here to read my story on Rockland’s village budget process.
Photo: Suffern Village Hall