By Liset Marquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 03/30/14, 4:32 PM PDT | Updated: 50 secs ago
UPLAND >> A schedule of implementation for the top 22 provisions — out of the 47 identified by the city Fiscal Response Task Force, to be addressed in the next 12 months — has received City Council approval.
In January, the 10-member task force provided the council with its recommendations on how to best proceed with the 47 measures in hopes of generating a savings of up to $7 million for the general fund.
“Staff will work on these items and, as they are ready, will bring them forward for council consideration for approval or disapproval,” said City Manager Stephen Dunn.
The council approved the time frame, 4-1, at Monday’s council meeting. Councilman Glenn Bozar opposed.
Staff has begun reviewing all of the items and anticipates providing updates on the implementation schedule, as well as the status of each provision, at the second council meeting of the month, he said.
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