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CA Controller Reports State Revenues Top January Projections 

CA Controller Reports State  Revenues Top January Projections 

California revenues of $15.04 billion for January beat projections in the proposed 2017‑18 budget Governor Jerry Brown introduced last month by $884.4 million, or 6.2 percent, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today. In December, the “big three” sources of California general fund dollars—personal income taxes, corporation taxes, and retail sales and use taxes—all fell […]

National Parking Association Releases NEW “NPA Parking Demand Report”

National Parking Association Releases NEW “NPA Parking Demand Report”

Parking revenue expected to grow by $4 billion by 2018 WASHINGTON, viagra sale Dec. 27, hospital 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The parking industry generated about $25 billion in revenue with more than 140,000 employees according to a new study by the National Parking Association (NPA) released today. The 2 nd edition of the NPA Parking Demand […]

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Topped November Estimates, on Par for Fiscal Year

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Topped November Estimates, on Par for Fiscal Year

Revenues Below Expectations Four Months into Fiscal Year

Revenues Below Expectations Four Months into Fiscal Year

California revenues of nearly $6.34 billion for October missed projections in the 2016‑17 Budget Act that Governor Jerry Brown signed in June, off by $330.5 million or 5.0 percent, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today.  The fiscal year-to-date total of $30.89 billion in revenues is now 1.1 percent below estimates.   October personal income tax […]

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Continue to Exceed Expectations

CA Controller Reports State Revenues  Continue to Exceed Expectations

California revenues of more than $10.57 billion for September beat projections in the 2016-17 Budget Act Governor Jerry Brown signed in June by $151.6 million, or 1.5 percent, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today.  Total revenues have outpaced expectations for two straight months after four months of shortfalls.  The fiscal year-to-date total of $24.55 […]

Oxnard Councilman questions City Manager on 4 labor contracts cost/savings

Oxnard Councilman questions City Manager on 4 labor contracts cost/savings

By George Miller Councilman Bert Perello was dissatisfied with the handling of the labor contracts approval at the 9-13-16 City Council meeting. He has taken the position that the “cost savings” claimed are questionable, that the versions developed by former CFO Dave Millican and current staff differ considerably, and that no financial analysis at all was […]

Santa Paula: Special Meeting Fire Department Funding

Santa Paula: Special Meeting Fire Department Funding

By Sheryl Hamlin At the April 29, 2016 Special Council Meeting, the only item on the agenda was the presentation of a special report commissioned in January 2016 to analyze options for funding the Fire Department. This was a contentious meeting due to the $50,000 cost of the study. The City Manager wrote an RFP […]

How is your California State income tax payment spent?

How is your California State income tax payment spent?

By Phil Molina The California taxpayer receipt tool only asks for state income taxes to create a receipt of how the funds were spent (despite the fact that many Californians pay more sales tax than income tax due to the high filing threshold for income tax). 2015 Income Tax Receipt Use this chart to get a […]

Santa Paula: A City on the Dole?

Santa Paula: A City on the Dole?

By Sheryl Hamlin Financial Discussion by Council Item 9B on the agenda of the February 16, 2016 Santa Paula City Council meeting was a review of the fiscal year 2014/2015 Audited Financial Statements (AFS). The detailed report was included in the public packet and can be downloaded here. Due to a technical issue, there was […]

Falling gas revenue sharpens CA infrastructure fight

Falling gas revenue sharpens CA infrastructure fight

By James Poulos . As revenues from the statewide gasoline tax tanked amid low prices, lawmakers in Sacramento faced a fiercer debate over how to fund California’s much-needed infrastructure improvements. In the meanwhile, Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration went ahead with huge cuts to the infrastructure budget. According to the Los Angeles Times, “state transportation officials have […]

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