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Agencies hold line on expenses at end of fiscal year


Last updated 6/1/2018 at 3:44pm

RIVERSIDE – Most Riverside County agencies will close the current fiscal year in the black, and the reserve pool is larger than originally anticipated, but outlying financial obligations – including ballooning pension expenses – will require spending discipline in the years ahead, the board of supervisors was told.

“County departments are embracing operational efficiencies,” county Chief Executive Officer George Johnson said to the board during a hearing on the third-quarter 2017-2018 budget report. “But there are pending cost increases on the horizon that we can’t ignore. We...

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