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By Alex Groves
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Temecula approves budgets, 5-year Capital Improvement Program

 

Last updated 6/22/2018 at 11:44am



The Temecula City Council last week approved a five-year Capital Improvement Program as well annual operating budgets for the city and city departments during a meeting last week.

The council’s unanimous approval followed an in-depth presentation from city staff; the first portion of the presentation focused on the city’s planned Capital Improvement Projects for 2019-2023 before discussing the 2018-2019 fiscal year operating budgets.

Capital Improvement Program for 2019-2023

Public Works Director Patrick Thomas said there were 60 major Capital Improvement Projects planned within the ci...



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tomsuttle writes:

Temecula City Hall may come face to face with a major challenge. If the nationwide scourge closing major mall anchors ever reaches us, the City will need to make cooperative economic decisions to mitigate harm to its own income flow. At the Prom, thank Heaven, someone was thinking when the Sears anchor needed attention. Half of Sears being transformed into a recreational facility was possibly a stroke of genius. But we can't now just wait to see if other shoes fall. Preparation is key.

 
 
 

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