From the Daily Chronicle today comes “DeKalb aldermen confront budgeting issues.”
During their Monday discussion of the budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1, DeKalb aldermen were told the city will need to cut services or boost revenue in order to maintain operations in the coming years.
Beginning July 1, alderman were told, the city should shift its structure and look at the way the general fund is used.
“The main thing is the current structure of how everything is put together is not sustainable,” City Manager Anne Marie Gaura said. “Something has to change and that will require policy decisions in the coming months and coming years on how to address this long-term.”
Gee, where have I heard this before? Read the rest of this entry