Anyone want to know where the Measure J money is going to go? Anyone want to know what the Council's top priorities are for capital Improvements over the next five years? Did you know that the expectation for Measure J money has now changed to $1 million per year for each of its three years, now bringing the anticipated total to $3 million?
The Half Moon Bay City Council is holding a Special Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 29th at 5 p.m. at the newly built Department Operations Center at 537 Kelly Ave.
Here's the agenda.
Under the heading of "Fiscal Impacts, on page one, we see from the Agenda (in part): "The plan estimates just over $6 million in expenditures for the next fiscal year and a total CIP budget of almost $87 million, including these long range unfunded projects."
The Agenda is 52 pages in length, complete with graphs, charts and suggestions.
There is one item, right on the first page of the Agenda that caught my attention immediately, that I have a question and concern with. It is a very subtle, but very concerning point that I hope others see so I don't feel so alone in my opinion on it.
There has been much discussion about Half Moon Bay expenditures and future expenditures. Now's your (our) chance to have input (limited) on our tax dollars at work and how they will be prioritized and spent.
Take a gander. See where staff feels our money needs to go over the next five years and beyond.
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