Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente presented his 2014 budget to the Board of Legislators this morning.

The nearly $376 million spending plan holds the line on property taxes.

Picente says the county has built a strong fiscal foundation over the last seven years.

The budget is about $4 million dollars more than the current budget.

It includes funding for a County Humane officer and maintains funding levels for libraries.

15 jobs will be cut, unfunded or phased out by attrition.

County legislators are reacting to Picente's budget proposal.

This is Democratic Minority Leader Frank Tallarino.

Republican Majority Leader George Joseph says it's probably the most "mature" budget he's seen under the three County Executives he's served with.

The first public hearing on the budget will take place on Monday in Utica.