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Citrus Heights City Council members will consider adopting a $38 million General Fund budget on Thursday night, along with holding a fourth public hearing regarding the city’s transition to district-based voting.
Here’s a brief summary of what’s included in the council’s 236-page agenda packet for June 13, 2019.
$125k Sign Maintenance Services. The council will consider a staff recommendation to approve a six-year contract with the Dublin, California-based MCE Corporation to perform annual street sign maintenance services. The cost would begin at $125,000 the first year and increase to $150,000 in the following year, along with increases of up to 3% per year through 2025. Gas tax funds would be used to pay for the services.
Public Hearing. The City Council will hold a fourth public hearing regarding the city’s transition to district-based voting and is also slated to select a final district map for how the city will be split into five different voting districts. A related ordinance will also be introduced. (See top four maps being considered)
City Budget. The City Council will consider adopting a two-year budget for the next two fiscal years, with the General Fund budget for fiscal year 2019-20 set at $38.5 million, up by about $2 million from the prior year. Revenues from motor vehicle fees are projected to significantly increase by $690,000 over the next two years, while new expenses from interest on the city’s line of credit are projected to cost $470,000 over the next two years and reach a total interest cost of $2.3 million by the time the debt is expected to be paid back in 2024, according to a 10-year budget model included in the proposed budget. The council will also consider approving a five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). (See proposed budget and CIP here, and 10-year budget model here)
The City Council meeting will also include an annual report from Republic Services and recognition of San Juan High School student Hogan Weaver.
The June 13, 2019, City Council meeting will be held in the council chambers at 6360 Fountain Square Drive, beginning at 7 p.m. The full agenda packet can be viewed by clicking here.
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