Here's How You Can Fix L.A.'s Budget

Follow the link and take the online survey to express how you feel about proposed increases in fees, fines, and taxes to balance the city’s projected $213 million budget deficit.

The annual Mayor’s Budget Survey has been released online.

Follow this link to take the survey: http://la.budgetchallenge.org/ pages/overview

This is your opportunity to let City Hall know what services and programs are important to you and how you feel about proposed increases in fees, fines, and taxes to balance the City’s projected $213 million budget deficit.

The online version is interactive, so you will see in real time how your choices help close the budget gap, or not. Every year many thousands of Angelenos take the Budget Survey -- will you be one of the Encino or Tarzana voices?

After entering your ZIP Code, please scroll down to select “Encino Neighborhood Council” or “Tarzana Neighborhood Council” as well as selecting your stakeholder category before going on to the next page. Please take 10 minutes during the next few days to be a participant in this important process. For more information and budget related links, visit the Mayor’s Budget webpage.


-- A version of this announcement appeared on the Encino Neighborhood Council web page.

Diana Taylor February 12, 2013 at 04:41 PM
I can't even begin to stomach an increase in the sales tax. So ridiculous that any Californian would be for an increase. I've lived in Oregon (no sales tax), Mass (6.75% and they complain) but California??? Please think about this seriously. At this rate, people will never improve their personal wealth and quality of life. NO MORE INCREASES IN THE SALES TAX IN CALIFORNIA...NO MORE!!!!


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