Iola City Council members continued to hammer out their 2019 spending plan for the city Monday.
But while the citys spending authority should be set soon, how much is spent remains up in the air.
The Council scheduled an Aug. 13 budget hearing, which they anticipate will be supported by an ad valorem tax levy of about 48.5 mills to generate $3.7 million for the General Fund.
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