• Indio’s 2021-22 Budget Briefs Now Available to Public Online

    The city of Indio launched a web portal Thursday with highlights of its 2021-22 fiscal year budget. The “Budget-In-Brief” portal was created in the interest of making the information easier to find and digest, and an alternative to downloading a massive file, according to the city. “Most people just don’t have the time to dig […]

  • Riverside County Supervisors Approve $6.88 Billion Budget for 2021-22

    In a 4-1 vote, the Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $6.88 billion budget for Riverside County government in fiscal year 2021-22, incorporating many of the funding increases sought by public safety agencies. Following budget hearings earlier this month, supervisors generally agreed that $16.9 million in additional allocations would be required to shore up multiple […]

  • Supervisors Slated to Approve $6.88 Billion Budget for 2021-22

    The Board of Supervisors is slated to approve a $6.88 billion budget for fiscal year 2021-22, incorporating many of the appropriations increases sought by public safety agencies. The board is expected to vote on the budget as part of its policy calendar Tuesday, without lengthy debate or discussion, which already took up nearly two days […]

  • Board Tentatively Agrees to Hike Appropriations for Public Safety Agencies

    Riverside County supervisors signaled Tuesday that they’re willing to increase appropriations by $16.9 million to ensure the 2021- 22 fiscal year budget contains greater revenue for sheriff’s patrols, animal control and other operations. The second hearing on the proposed spending plan was held after the Board of Supervisors conducted its regular Tuesday business and focused […]

  • Local Leaders React To States Increased Surplus

    In January Governor Gavin Newsom announced a $15 billion dollar surplus, that surplus stemming from pandemic-aid overflow has now increased to $76 billion. “This budget builds on a strong fiscal foundation, one that allows us to set aside even more resources,” explained Newsom. Governor Newsom has spent much of the week laying out his $100 […]

  • Gov. Newsom discusses $12 billion plan to tackle California’s homelessness crisis

    Governor Gavin Newsom continued his week-long “California Comeback Plan” tour Tuesday in San Diego County. He announced a $12 billion package regarding the State’s response to the homelessness crisis. Monday the Governor unveiled the first challenge his plan will tackle, immediate relief for Californians recovering from the pandemic, which includes a large tax rebate and […]

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