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June 14, 1999 | Rebecca Harris, (949) 574-4205
City Council members agreed to adopt the $29.4-million budget for the upcoming year but disagreed on whether the city should support programs for at-risk youths. The council split over funding the work of the newly formed Youth Task Force at the budget workshop meeting Thursday. Mayor Mark Goodman offered the strongest opposition, calling the endeavor a waste of the city's resources. "I have a real problem getting into any social engineering. . . .
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September 12, 2000 | Tami Min, (949) 574-4204
The City Council last week approved a contract for $23,000 to purchase two new radar trailers, which display the speed of oncoming drivers. The new equipment will replace two older trailers. The city also will purchase two motorcycles for $22,000, one a replacement and the other for an additional motor officer.
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June 14, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
City officials, faced with a stagnant local economy and the county bankruptcy, have prepared a conservative 1995-96 proposed budget, according to figures released this week. Overall revenue is expected to drop $411,000, leading to a $14.5-million operating budget that shows few large changes from last year. The biggest revenue decline will come from a predicted $316,000 drop in building fees. In addition, interest revenue will shrink by $250,000, partly because of lower interest rates.
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June 22, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A $14.3-million operating budget for 1995-96 was approved with few changes by the City Council this week. The biggest addition to the budget was $750,000 for street resurfacing and $800,000 to expand the parking lot at Crown Valley Community Park. The only objections to the budget were raised by Councilman Eddie Rose, who criticized the $213,000 paid by the city for legal services and $35,000 set aside for the Shop Laguna Niguel program to promote local restaurants and stores.
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June 16, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on a 1995-96 operating budget of $14.5 million--a 1% increase over this year's budget. Major changes would include an increase of $227,000 for police services, plus an additional $100,000 set aside to help pay for a new, countywide public safety radio system. Among the new items covered by the proposed budget are a cultural arts committee and a youth roller-hockey rink.
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July 7, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The City Council gave final approval this week to a $16.3-million budget for the next fiscal year that decreases spending while maintaining or expanding current services. Spending is down 18% from last year's budget, primarily in the area of major park and street improvements due to the completion of the $3.3-million Sea Country Senior and Community Center, which opened June 25.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1992 | BOB ELSTON
The City Council will be holding its first workshop tonight for officials and the public to discuss this year's budget. "This is their city money," Councilman Paul M. Christiansen said. "We (council members) just sit there and listen to the public tell us where the money is to go." The council is preparing to adopt a proposed $20.6-million budget for the 1992-93 fiscal year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1991
The City Council will hold a workshop Saturday to consider a proposed budget for the next fiscal year. As outlined, the budget calls for no increases in city fees or property taxes and would provide $5.3 million for capital-improvement projects, including a 5,000-square-foot senior citizens center. "By and large, it's a budget that's balanced," City Manager Tim Casey said. "It provides for moderate personnel and service expansion." The $18.
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July 15, 1989
Reconstruction of the swimming pool at Crown Valley Community Park is among the projects funded in the new $5.6-million budget of the Laguna Niguel Community Services District. The district, which is governed by a board of directors, receives a portion of property taxes from residents within the area. The district also gets several state grants each year.
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June 22, 1992 | LESLIE EARNEST
Claiming that Laguna Niguel has been put at greater risk than any other city in the county by a state proposal to take a larger portion of vehicle license fees, city officials have decided to put budget workshops on hold until next month. City Manager Tim Casey said belt-tightening at the state level could result in a disproportionate chunk of money being snipped from the city budget. The city's $9.3-million general fund budget could be reduced by as much as $2.5 million, he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on a 1995-96 operating budget of $14.5 million--a 1% increase over this year's budget. Major changes would include an increase of $227,000 for police services, plus an additional $100,000 set aside to help pay for a new, countywide public safety radio system. Among the new items covered by the proposed budget are a cultural arts committee and a youth roller-hockey rink.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
City officials, faced with a stagnant local economy and the county bankruptcy, have prepared a conservative 1995-96 proposed budget, according to figures released this week. Overall revenue is expected to drop $411,000, leading to a $14.5-million operating budget that shows few large changes from last year. The biggest revenue decline will come from a predicted $316,000 drop in building fees. In addition, interest revenue will shrink by $250,000, partly because of lower interest rates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The City Council gave final approval this week to a $16.3-million budget for the next fiscal year that decreases spending while maintaining or expanding current services. Spending is down 18% from last year's budget, primarily in the area of major park and street improvements due to the completion of the $3.3-million Sea Country Senior and Community Center, which opened June 25.
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