The Viroqua City Council held a special meeting to discuss the 2018 general fund budget, Tuesday.
The budget will be published next week, and the City Council will have a special meeting at City Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m. At that time there will be a public hearing and the Council will give its final approval of the budget.
The City Council also approved the issuance and sale of health care facilities revenue bonds, series 2017, for the addition to Bethel Home and Services’ Bethel Oaks Memory Care Home on Garfield Avenue.
Lori Polhamus, city clerk/treasurer, said the vote was a continuation of what has been done in the past for Bethel Home and Services. She said Bethel Home will use the city’s borrowing capacity for tax-exemption purposes.