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The Budget Committee is an advisory group created by Oregon law to take public comment and testimony on the proposed budget and to recommend approval with any changes of the proposed budget to the City Council. The Budget Committee is active in April and May. The Committee reviews each department's proposed budget and citywide budget policies. The Budget Committee is comprised of the seven City Council members and seven citizen members. All citizen nominees must be formally appointed by the full City Council, and Budget Committee members must be residents of the city of Albany. One person is nominated by each Councilor; and one representative at-large is appointed by the Mayor.

Members

Term of office: 4 years*

NameAppointedByExpiresTerm
Sue Folden C1/8/2003Ward 1-b12/31/2020 5th
Will Summers1/11/2012Ward 2-a12/31/2020 2nd
Michael Thomson1/12/2011Mayor12/31/2021 3rd
Colleen Keller VC1/10/2007Ward 3-a12/31/2022 4th
VacantAPPLYWard 3-b12/31/2022
Jessi Brenneman1/23/2019Ward 2-b12/31/2023 1st
Terry Virnig1/11/2017Ward 1-a12/31/2023 2nd

C = Chair, VC = Vice Chair   Find your council ward

*Prior to 1/1/2019, Budget Committee terms were 3 years. For biennial budgets, ORS 294.414(6) requires all new terms to be 4 years.

The Budget Committee includes lay members (above) and the full City Council.

Staff Liaisons

Peter Troedsson
City Manager
541-917-7505
peter.troedsson@cityofalbany.net

Jeanna Yeager
Finance Director
541-917-7521
jeanna.yeager@cityofalbany.net

Upcoming Meetings

There are no upcoming meetings scheduled for this group.

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Meeting Materials

There are no documents available for this group in 2020.

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