Public hearings on the proposed 2012 millage rate and the proposed 2012 budget are on the Rochester Hills City Council agenda tonight.
City Council meets at 7 p.m. at the .
As proposed, the city's tax rate would remain 9.7060. If approved, this would mark the 13th consecutive year that the millage rate has not increased without a vote of the residents.
Expenditures in 2012 would be $104 million, which would represent a 2.5 percent decrease from 2011; revenues are projected to be $102 million, a 0.4 percent reduction from 2011.
Also on tonight's agenda:
- A presentation by the Road Commission for Oakland County on traffic control systems.
- An update on Rain Tree Drive construction.
- An update on the Hamlin Road widening project.
The meeting is open to the public; the agenda is attached to this story.