Palo Alto City Council will find ways to fund a new history museum and reinstate some cut services, such as the “browned out” Mayfield fire station and a cut police position, throughout several departments in the city’s $205 million general fund budget.
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Council on June 11 decided to finalize a budget draft for the next fiscal year by adding some money back into city services, such as $260,000 going to the city’s Children’s Theater, and cutting elsewhere, with about $7.7 million coming out of the city’s capital improvement projects. …
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