There is a lot of uncertainty in the future because of coronavirus pandemic. The Boone County Council is trying to determine how that will affect tax revenues for the next two years. The situation is everchanging but it appears that some cuts will have to be made to the budgets in 2021 and ‘22. Consultant Paige Sansone of Baker Tilly financial advisors told the council in her report the biggest dips will be in the local income tax revenues collected through employee payroll taxes. Sansone estimated the taxes earmarked for law enforcement could be cut as much as 15% for next year because of people who were laid off due to the COVID-19. It could be even worse in 2022, but no one knows. More details in the Lebanon Reporter.