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NC Budget Advocates Training #1 FY 2021-22 - Jacob Wexler - Shared screen with speaker view
Glenn Bailey
15:36
Part 2 of the Training has been scheduled for Monday, October 4, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.
Glenn Bailey
17:42
This Training #1 is being recorded. To ask a question, please use Raise Hand feature and/or Chat
Glenn Bailey
18:34
Also, please keep yourself on Mute until called on. Thanks.
Kay Hartman
20:16
Will we be getting a copy of Jacob's presentation?
Glenn Bailey
22:22
This presentation will be posted on the Budget Advocates website: www.BudgetAdvocates.org
Jack Humphreville
28:35
Four year budget outlook is improtant
Kay Hartman
29:16
Where do we find the budget memos?
ADRIANA DE LA CRUZ
33:23
Thank you πŸ™πŸ» for coordinating this training very helpful
Glenn Bailey
34:44
As announced earlier, use Chat only for questions for Jacob. Thank you.
Barbara Ringuette
35:06
https://www.budgetadvocates.org/training-docs
Jack Humphreville
36:39
Where do we find the budget summary pamphlet?
Glenn Bailey
37:03
Question: Are the Adopted Budget books no longer being hard copy printed and distributed by the Controller's office? Or was that temporary due to COVID-19?
Glenn Bailey
40:33
Raised Hand by Lee
Glenn Bailey
46:08
Here is the link to the CAO's Budget and Financial Information webpage which includes links to most of the referenced documents: https://cao.lacity.org/budget/index.htm
Jason Hector, Porter Ranch Rep
54:45
How much does the City get compared to the County from property tax?
Lee Blumenfeld
56:29
what was that split again jack?
Jason Hector, Porter Ranch Rep
57:05
40 lausd, 30 city, 30 county, 5 other
Glenn Bailey
57:33
Here is the link to the FY 2021-22 Revenue Outlook document: https://cao.lacity.org/budget21-22/Revenue/
Lee Blumenfeld
57:42
TY!
Liz Amsden
01:00:56
How can you make the Business Tax more fair so a TV production company with most of their income going out in costs are taxed fairly compared to a consultant with virtually no overhead?
Peter Lasky
01:01:04
What happens to the revenue from Park and Recreation, golf courses, boat rentals etc?
Jack Humphreville
01:01:58
The R & P revenue stays with the Department.
Lee Blumenfeld
01:02:03
Where are other fines shown by individual department or category shown and where do they end up going (such as illegal construction, illegal tree removal, Building and Safety, Cannabis?
Glenn Bailey
01:29:45
What percentage of one-time revenues are being spent on ongoing expenses?
Peter Lasky
02:14:23
What is the LA Alliance lawsuit?
Denny Schneider NCWP
02:17:05
Go to LA-Alliance.org. it’s basically a lawsuit to force the City to fund massive homelessness reduction.
Jack Humphreville
02:18:23
For more information, see Council File 21-0600-S46.https://cityclerk.lacity.org/lacityclerkconnect/index.cfm?fa=ccfi.viewrecord&cfnumber=21-0600-S46
Lee Blumenfeld
02:18:40
Are there any deducts from awards based on destruction of city infrastructure caused by the homeless?
David Hunter
02:22:33
The current revision to 41.18 does not bar the unhoused from sheltering under the freeway. It provides a mechanism for preventing unhoused to shelter under specifically targeted overpasses.
Denny Schneider NCWP
02:22:41
THANKS Jacob
Glenn Bailey
02:24:48
Part 2 of this Training has been scheduled for Monday, October 4, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.
Glenn Bailey
02:25:00
Same Zoom ID
Leslie G.
02:25:27
Thank you!
Glenn Bailey
02:25:32
Thank you everyone for attending
Leslie G.
02:25:33
This was very informative