No members of the public asked to address Town Board at Tuesday night's hearing on its 2012 preliminary budget.
The same was true Tuesday morning, when no one addressed the board. The town's spending plan contains no tax hike.
A routine business meeting was held after the morning hearing by the town board.
The 2012 spending plan increases spending slightly over 2011 levels. Town officials say the increase in spending is offset by anticipated revenue increases.
Tuesday night, Supervisor John Venditto praised the work of comptroller Robert J. McEvoy and his staff, who oversee the town's budget process.
'It's a never-ending job," said Venditto. "We scrutinize every single line in the budget and we find a way to make it work."