County supes draft 2010-2011 budget
June 16, 2010
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors tentatively adopted a 2010-2011 budget of $442.7 million on Wednesday, down $25 million from last year. [Tribune]
The county currently employs 2,400 workers. Forty-three staff positions, all of them already vacant, were eliminated. The good news: No layoffs are being planned.
Supervisors added back a part-time building inspector and a part-time resource specialist in code enforcement after the Planning and Building Department challenged earlier proposed cuts.
The new budget is expected to finalized at next Tuesday’s, June 22, meeting.