Finance Commission

Meetings: Generally meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. (see schedule below)

Overview & Functions


The commission has seven members. The duties and functions of the commission are: 
  • Advise on short- and long-term financial policy matters, including but not limited to cash reserve funds, budgets, financing, and capital replacement policies
  • Recommend budget goals, including but not limited to local tax rate and tax levy targets, management of enterprise funds and spending levels
  • Review and recommend standardized budget and financial reporting methods and tools to make financial communications and budget information more transparent, comprehensible, and accessible to the public
  • Review and recommend the annual timeline and process for creating city budgets
  • Review the annual financial information, the annual audit report and management letter, and the city’s investment policy and portfolio
Commission Members Contact Information
Robin Schroeder, Chair                                                                  Robinschroeder1018@hotmail.com
John Bachhuber 651-247-1469
Matt Harold matthew.d.harold@gmail.com
Edwin Hodder ehodder@q.com
Malcolm McRoberts Malcolmmcroberts@live.com
John Murray MurrayCPA@juno.com 
Jack Reif jack-reif@comcast.net
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Meeting Information


The commission typically meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. but there are occasional schedule changes, including no meeting in January. The 2019 schedule is:

  • No January meeting, Tue Feb 12, Tue Mar 12, Tue Apr 9, Tue May 14, Tue Jun 11, Tue Jul 9, Tue Aug 13,Tue Sep 10, Tue Oct 8, Tue Nov 12, and Tue Dec 10

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Agendas & Packets


Meeting Agendas, Packets and Minutes
 

Webstreaming


Most meetings are shown live on Roseville Cable Channel 16. You can also view webstreamed meetings:

Please note that all meetings are best viewed using Chrome (PC) or Safari (Mac) browsers. Internet Explorer is not recommended and may lead to viewing difficulties.