Hemet City Council hears treasurer review of city finances and new CIP report

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The Hemet City Council reviewed the capital improvement projects, including many road improvement plans, for fiscal year 2020-2021 in their Feb. 9, meeting. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The Hemet City Council after proclaiming February as Black History Month moved to accept the city’s capital improvements plan for 2020-2021 with some additional questions at their regular Tuesday, Feb. 9, meeting. Members of the Human Relations Council of Greater Hemet, San Jacinto and Menifee Regions attended the meeting and exchanged proclamations, thanking the city council and the council for expanding the diversity in the community and explaining how students could enter to win prizes in a Black History Month essay contest. In regular business, the council heard an explanation from the new city treasurer, Sue Savage, about the differences in the city’s actual par or face value as of Oct. 30, 2020, that was $97,987,678.95 to its book or fair value estimated at $98,016,092.60 t
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