Tuesday’s City Council got interesting right around item twelve. The City Budget was up for discussion and many constituents were not happy how Measure U funds were dispersed when it came to public safety, “restoration of essential services” and police staffing.
We ask you… when/if you voted on Measure U, what did you think you were voting for and in the end do you feel you got what you voted for?
Henry Harry talks about Measure U
FROM THE AGENDA:
12. Fiscal Year (FY) 2013/14 Midyear Budget Report (Continued from 02/04/2014) Report # 2014-00004
Estimated Time: 45 minutes
Recommendation: Pass a Resolution 1) amending the Fiscal Year (FY) 2013/14 Approved Budget as necessary to implement the City’s financial plan for the remainder of the year; and 2) authorizing the City Manager to implement the approved budget adjustments. Contact: Leyne Milstein, Director of Finance, (916) 808-8491; Dawn Holm, Budget Manager, (916) 808-5574, Department of Finance
Here’s are some items we put together to give more of a visual and documented impact of reduced law enforcement: