There will be no new taxes in the Monroe County Budget.
Tuesday night, County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo released her first budget proposal for 2017.
The spending plan totals just under $1.9 billion. It closes a $25 billion budget gap using savings and fees, including money saved by dissolving the County’s Local Development Corporations.
The plan was met by critics at the meeting on Tuesday, including the activist group known as the Raging Grannies.
The group urged lawmakers to restore full funding for low-income child care.
The budget plan now goes to the legislature for approval.