The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday is set to adopt its $265.5 million general fund budget for the next fiscal year, with an emphasis on restoring police staffing to pre-recession levels.
As the economy improves and tax revenue increases – next year’s budget is a 3.5-percent increase over the current year – the city council at its last meeting adopted a policy to hire 10 more officers every year for the next four years.
The council’s budget session begins at 2 p.m. and to view the agenda, click here.
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