Hemet Council studies police and fire fiscal year budgets and homeless shelters

The Hemet City Council will be asking city residents what photo they want displayed at the future Mary Henley Park fitness center in the near future and will be considering the proposals made by the police and fire departments to better improve the city’s public safety needs in the coming fiscal year, 2022 to 2023.The council also gave the green light to Valley Restart to begin to establish six emergency sleeping cabins on its Menlo Street property by Thursday, June 30, to shelter more of the homeless living on the city streets. That proposal was made during an earlier workshop session before the regular Tuesday, May 10, council meeting.The council, with little in-person participation during the public workshop, convened at 3 p.m. to discuss the Valley Restart proposal and review
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