Hemet City Council hears fiscal year 2020-20121 projections due to coronavirus

The Hemet City Council while hearing about a “positive” third quarter revenue increase, but due to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus, it may be the last increase for many more quarters, according to the city manager’s report.Hemet city manager Christopher Lopez gave his fiscal year 2021-2022 budget process report to the council Tuesday, April 28, during a teleconference meeting from the city council chambers.In a third quarter budget update, Lorena Roch, Hemet’s finance director, said all city revenues were up in all categories including sales taxes, hotel taxes, property taxes, Measure U sales and other revenue streams through March 1, reflecting the boom economy before the coronavirus pandemic struck the nation, state, county and the city.But it will be
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