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City of Hemet uses Measure U to cover overspending?
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City of Hemet uses Measure U to cover overspending?

T■ By Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor he fiscal year 2017-18 budget adjustments passed the Hemet City Council in a 4-1 vote on Feb. 28 with Mayor Pro Tem Karlee Meyer voting against the adjustments. The adjusted budget set total resources at $50,359,660 and total uses at $50,009,992. The total resources calculation includes the projected $10,000,000 generated by the 1 percent tax Measure U passed by voters in November 2016. Under total uses, $6,221,366 is allocated for the police department and $1,475,099 for the fire department, totaling $7,696,465. This means that $2,303,535 from the projected Measure U revenue is being included in the total resources. Measure U is a general fund

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