Rob Johnson, city manager of San Jacinto, announced in his July report that the city has not had to furlough any staff members because of budget restraints and that city business continues online.
He said no furloughs were necessary even with the loss of approximately $930,000 due to the downturn in sales tax revenues and state cutting back on city and county funding due to the coronavirus pandemic. He said the city council did approve the fiscal year 2020-2021 budget of $1.9 million over anticipated revenues.
He reported that Tom Prill, deputy city manager, has applied for funding from the state’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act that will provide the city with $12 per person in cities across the state. It computes to $612,336 in eligible funding for the city in t