Annapolis City Council will hold a special work session Monday to continue budget talks.
The meeting will take place from 10 a.m. to noon inside the council chambers at City Hall.
The council has been meeting in work sessions to hash out amendments to Mayor Mike Pantelides’ proposed $107 million budget. Those amendments could include creating a city auditor and increasing spending on police department overtime.
Since the meeting is a work session, the public won’t have the opportunity to comment.
This is the last work session currently planned before an anticipated vote on the city budget June 12. The council must pass the budget before July 1, when it would go into effect.
If a vote is not made on June 12, then the council will take the budget up during its June 26 meeting.
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