Unexpected Menifee Measure DD surplus to enhance 2021-2022 Quality of Life goals

The Menifee Measure DD Oversight Committee received some good news during a recent meeting that Measure DD, or Quality of Life measure revenues, were more than $2.8 million above what was expected during the last fiscal year. The news prompted the committee to recommend increasing the funding for several outstanding Capital Improvement Projects including expanding and remodeling two of its fire stations at a follow-up Dec. 9 meeting. Presenting the new revenue figures showing the Quality-of-Life measure was Wendy Preece, deputy finance director who also presented the figures at the meetings. An accounting of the Measure DD funds June 30 showed the city expected to receive $14 million in its Fiscal Year 2020-2021 but earned $16,724,722 or $2,874,673 over that amount. Deducting $50,
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