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BUDGET
City Leaders Face Tough Decisions on 2014-15 Budget

Budget RetreatFebruary 7, 2014 - Mayor Madeline Rogero and her staff at a Friday budget retreat with City Council outlined "tough decisions" due to steep fixed-cost increases for the 2014-15 fiscal year.

City officials detailed the City's most recent accomplishments and proposed some strategic short-term investments aimed at protecting City infrastructure and leveraging private-sector partnerships in a way that will continue to grow the city's revenue base.

However, costs for the City's unfunded pension liability are projected to rise by $7.8 million next year - prompting the Mayor to tell Council members that she's preparing two budget scenarios for 2014-15: One budget with 6 percent cuts, and another one that would maintain the city's recent momentum.
[NEWS RELEASE]
LINKS OF INTEREST FOR 2013-2014 BUDGET
Six Month Financial Report [PDF]
Budget Retreat Presentation - Financial Update [PDF]
Budget Retreat Presentation - Public Infrastructure Plan [PDF]
Budget Retreat Presentation - Vision, Goals, Accomplishments [PDF]
Mayor's Budget Hearings Schedule
Legislative Budget Hearings Schedule
Press Release: 02/07/14 - City Leaders Face Tough Decisions on 2014-15 Budget
Press Release: 01/31/14 - Budget Retreat Set for Feb. 7
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