Chico, Calif.—The Chico City Council will hear their first of several briefings on the budget at Tuesday’s Council Meeting.
According to City Manager Mike Orme, they’ll discuss the general fund of 52 million dollars.
The fund includes public safety, police, fire, and other internal departments.
Orme says they want a balanced budget for this year.
He says that the council will go over the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of the budget.
One of those ugly parts is that the city has to pay 2 million dollars to the State Auditor over a five year plan.
Orme says that the city is doing well compared to five years ago.
The city’s entire budget is 120 million dollars.
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