City Seeks General Fund Budget Input From Residents

Click to enlarge

Press Release posted 5/5/15 – The Sierra Madre City Council is seeking input on how to balance the City’s General Fund budget and City Council members will be visiting various community organizations, commissions and Board (see schedule at left) to listen to residents’ priorities on General Fund spending and look for ways to reduce costs or increase revenues.  The information gathered will be presented for additional input at a Town Hall Meeting on June 6th from 10am to noon at the Fire Station.

Residents are encouraged to participate in the meetings, and/or participate in an online webinar from home (or office) on Wednesday, May 27th at 7pm.  Suggestions by e-mail are also invited.  Send suggestions, register for the webinar, or find information on the community input meetings by emailing, calling 355-7135 ext. 202 or visiting City Hall Monday thru Thursday 7:30am to 5:30pm.

Click here for a brief overview of the General Fund budget.

1 Comment on "City Seeks General Fund Budget Input From Residents"

  1. John Crawford | May 4, 2015 at 7:14 pm |

    They’re quite a bit slicker this time. I guess since it is the third time they’ve tried to raise the UUT, they’d have to be.

    Did they hire a consultant?

Comments are closed.