Seven members unanimously decide Measure U surplus should not be spent ■ Sue Savage / Contributed A public meeting was held by the Measure U Oversight Committee to determine what should be done with over a million Hemet taxpayer dollars at city council chambers on June 19. A decision made by all seven members determined that the money should ultimately be saved. Measure U taxes produced $1.2 million more than what was projected for this year. The members of the Measure U Oversight Committee are responsible for making sure Measure U dollars are spent only on Police, Fire, and Paramedics. Measure U is not intended for the rest of Hemet’s city
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