Pike County’s annual budget in on track as it nears the halfway point in the year.
Commissioners heard Thursday (June 23) that revenues and expenses are meeting expectations.
The balanced budget was approved in January with no tax increases but across-the-board spending cuts. It totals about eight-point-three million dollars, up by about 200 thousand dollars from last year.
Officials say no major costs or unexpected bills have happened in the first six months of the budget year.