Youngstown finances now online

The finances for the city of Youngstown are now online.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The city of Youngstown announced Tuesday a new way for tax payers to see how the city is spending money.

Mayor John McNally said city of Youngstown’s financial data will be available online through an interactive digital portal on the city’s website.

McNally said he wants residents to fully understand how they pay bills and collect revenue.

“Providing a very easy, accessible and usable portal for folks to go to for this information is a very key part in this education,” McNally said.

Expenditures for the city can be found there, such as $16.1 million for uniformed police officers and $12.5 million for uniformed firefighters. It also list the city’s $23.1 million income tax revenue.

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