By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
On Monday, Red Bank’s borough council plans to roll out its 2010-11 budget.
Two days later, the public will have its first chance to kick the tires and ask how it was designed and built.
Kim Senkeleski will be there. But the one-time GOP council candidate will be armed with some blueprints of her own, in the form of several dozen specific suggestions she’s gathered from taxpayers about how to cut costs and bring taxes down.
Though in format the event isn’t exactly the taxpayer summit she had sought, Senkeleski suggests you make the meeting, too.
“We want as many people as possible,” she said.
The more people involved, she says, the better the chances at making a difference to the digits on your tax bill.