Board increases appropriations to meet agencies’ needs in new fiscal year

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors signaled that $27 million in additional appropriations will be accepted as part of the proposed $7.45 billion 2022-23 budget during its Tuesday, June 14, meeting. The budget is slated for final consideration next week.County CEO Jeff Van Wagenen brought forward the proposed new allocations following budget hearings Monday and offered to incorporate them into the final spending blueprint for the upcoming fiscal year, which starts Friday, July 1.In a 4-0 vote – with Chairman Jeff Hewitt absent – the board authorized Executive Office staff to make the changes and resubmit them for the supervisors’ meeting Tuesday, June 21, when the new budget is slated to be tentatively approved.Van Wagenen said the higher appropriations will be cove
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