City of Hemet goes into reserves to cover budget shortfall – again

City cites employee resignations/retirements and the cost of recent public safety MOU agreements as reasons Images courtesy of the City of Hemet ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor Newly appointed Finance Director Lorena Rocha gave the Hemet City Council a year-end update on the fiscal 2016-2017 budget and reported the status of the budget’s first quarter at the Dec. 12 Hemet City Council meeting. The adjusted budget gives total revenue at $41,440,440 and total expenditures at $43,102,329. The actual to-date numbers have total resources [total revenue plus transfers in] at $40,080,394 and total uses [total expenditures plus transfers out] at $42,336,296. The city had received 96.72 percent of the total resources

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