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NC Budget Advocates Bi-Monthly Training & Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Glenn Bailey
27:17
Mayor's Budget Summary link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/BudgetSummary/
Glenn Bailey
28:13
Proposed Budget Book link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/BudgetSummary/
Myrra Bolla
29:42
thank you Glenn
Glenn Bailey
30:10
Detail of Departmental Programs (Blue Book) - Link to Volume 1: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/BlueBook1/
Glenn Bailey
31:11
Detail of Departmental Programs (Blue Book) - Link to Volume 2: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/BlueBook2/
Glenn Bailey
33:20
The Blue Books are also available as a PDF: Volume 1 PDF link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/2022-23BlueBookVol1.pdf Volume 2 PDF link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/2022-23BlueBookVol2.pdf
Glenn Bailey
36:58
Revenue Outlook Book (Green Book) link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/Revenue/
Glenn Bailey
39:38
CAO Overview of the Proposed 2022-23 Budget link: https://cao.lacity.org/budget22-23/ProposedBudgetPresentation/
Jeanette James
01:24:44
Jersey22 is Jay Handal
Jeanette James
01:26:01
Can someone point out to me the pages in book 2 showing homeless spending
Barbara Ringuette
01:33:59
Page 1057 of Volume II of the Blue Book - Mayor's Proposed Budget for 2022-2023. Suggest using the PDF volume. Also, there is a section of the Mayor's Budget Summary that discusses the Homeless Budget.
Jeanette James
01:35:45
Please change my name on screen Jeanette James is Jay Handal
Glenn Bailey
01:40:07
@Garry: You may wish to review the Blue Book for LAPD
Myrra Bolla
01:41:41
Why Fire and Police expenditure are combined together?
Myrra Bolla
01:42:55
Are anticipated Police Expenditures of 45.5% based on last year's expenses?
Garry Fordyce
01:52:35
Myrra, the 45.5% for 2022-2023 Budget is the current Budget (Fiscal Year July 1 to June 30)
Glenn Bailey
02:14:05
Here is the link to the CAO's Budget and Financial Information webpage: https://cao.lacity.org/budget/index.htm Highly recommended viewing!
Glenn Bailey
02:26:39
Instead of generating revenue, my understanding the blue bin recyclables now are a net cost the City for disposal.