Angeles Camp, CA — It looks like Angels camp will be in the black this 2012-13 fiscal year.
The city council is holding a special work shop next Wednesday, July 11th at 6pm. They will be reviewing the 8.8 million dollar budget details.
City Administrator, Michael McHatten says the budget is nearly the same as last year. He says there are no lay-offs, cuts or furloughs in the budget.
In fact, he says they will have a surplus of $170,000, but McHatten has some recommendations for that money. They include hiring a new police officer and buying two new patrol cars. McHatten says that could put them $60,000 in the red, but he says the cities revenue income is stable and that is not a large amount to make up in the future.
The city council is expected to vote on the budget at its next regularly scheduled meeting.