Beverly Hills Looks To Maximize Operations Efficiency
Posted Thursday, July 9, 2020 - 7:20 pm
By Laura Coleman
Just one week after the City Council adopted a $418.8M Operating Budget for the current fiscal year, on July 7 the Audit and Finance Committee liaisons met to consider the proposed audit work plan for the coming year.
“Given that we are in a prolonged state of emergency, the City will likely have reduced revenues for the next 18 to 24 months, which will impact continued levels of service,” City Auditor Eduardo Luna wrote in his staff report. “In this environment, the City Auditor should be more forward looking, as opposed to auditing programs that operated in previous fiscal years.”
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