|City meeting seeks public input on budget|
Half Moon Bay leaders want to hear ideas from the public for how to balance the city’s budget deficit. The city is hosting a community input meeting next week to gather public comment on how to find new revenues or cuts in the coming months.
Last month, City Council members asking staff to investigate a number of ways to generate local funds, such as installing parking meters, raising local fees or even contracting out the local police force. City staff plans to take those ideas, along with any suggestions offered by the public, and return to the council after studying them in March or April.
The public study session will be held at 6 p.m., on Feb. 17 at the Ted Adcock Community / Senior Center.