The San Jacinto City Council with little discussion Tuesday, March 3, accepted and filed a year-end favorable financial audit presented by the audit firm of Rogers, Anderson, Malody and Scott.
Scott Mano from RAMS in his audit report told the full council, “Several years after ‘the Great Recession,’ the city has seen some very positive signs. Residential development and home sales have increased dramatically to its best numbers in a decade. Commercial development has returned as well, with subsequent years of several projects scheduled to open.
“The city’s ordinances on marijuana cultivation were loosened and still hope to add much needed revenues, which in turn will fund additional public safety staffing. Public safety costs still continue to increase, although with a new