PAUL J. YOUNG
City News Service
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - With concerns that spending priorities may need to be revised, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors today postponed tentative adoption of a 2020-21 fiscal year spending plan that currently calls for tens of million of dollars in cuts to close a $100 million gap, preferring instead to wait a week to make changes.
``I am not ready to adopt a final budget. We need a second look,'' Supervisor Kevin Jeffries said. ``We need to dive a little deeper to see where we can restore some areas.''
The board voted 5-0 to return on June 23 and spend the latter half of the morning session debating proposals.
``We'll have to make some hard decisions,'' Supervisor Jeff Hewitt said.
``And we'll have to find a way to pull all this together,