Citizens Finance Committee
Administrative Services Director
595 Harbor St.
Morro Bay, CA
Ph: (805) 772-6217
Fx: (805) 772-7329
The ballot measure stated:
"To preserve the safety and character of Morro Bay, with priority on funding the essential services such as fire, paramedics, street and pothole repairs, storm drains, police, youth and park programs and other general community services, shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the City sales tax by one-half cent, subject to independent annual financial audits and establishing an independent taxpayers' advisory committee to review annual expenditures?"
The City Council divides the annual revenue estimate between the departments based on the language in the measure and campaign polls, and department requests.
The Citizens Finance Committee meets, at a minimum, once per quarter, to review revenue and expenditures, as well as budget review and other assignments.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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The Citizens Finance Committee is comprised of five members and is appointed by the City Council.
Contact the Committee
If you would like to send written comments to the Committee, please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that comments will be sent to the Committee and select city staff.
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