SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The San Diego City Council will hold a public hearing Monday evening on the proposed city budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The informational hearing at 6 p.m. is intended to provide the public an opportunity to testify on Mayor Kevin Faulconer's $3.8 billion proposed budget, which includes what's being touted as the most infrastructure spending in city history. Council members will also have an opportunity to ask questions and comment on the spending plan.
Faulconer's revised proposed budget will be released Tuesday, then presented to the council's Budget Review Committee on Thursday.
A final budget is expected to be adopted by June 11.