CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1996 |
The Calabasas City Council has approved a proposal to switch from an annual budget to a two-year budget to allow for more long-range planning. The change will go into effect for fiscal-year 1996-97, which begins in July. City officials cite Oxnard and San Luis Obispo as cities that have successfully switched to two-year budgets. Those cities report the change has saved money on staff time and allowed for more continuity in budget planning.