Municipal budget is passed

THE STANTON CIVIC CENTER complex (OC Tribune photo).

The budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year was approved by the Stanton City Council on Tuesday night.

The vote was 4-0 with Councilmember Rigoberto Ramirez absent (excused). The proposed plan calls for increasing the cost-of-living adjustment to the city’s salary schedule from 7 percent to 8 percent. 

Eliminated are one-time expenditures for the Bell Street parking lot project, an economic development study related to properties at 10692 and 10712 Beach Blvd. (the former Bauman’s Market) and a citywide classification and compensation study.

Revenues are projected to exceed expected expenses by $687,235.

The next city council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 28.

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