We get it. Listening to our legislative branch debate a budget isn't the most exciting thing to do. But the municipal budget process here in Cleveland is an essential part of democratic governance, and directly impacts our communities. The budget determines how public funds are allocated to things like education, healthcare, and infrastructure. In the City of Cleveland, our elected officials and the Mayor negotiate a budget of nearly $2 billion dollars every year.
So what exactly is the City of Cleveland budget, and what is it not? Join the City Club at the Happy Dog in Gordon Square as City of Cleveland CFO Ahmed Abonamah, Ward 17 Councilman Charles Slife, and William Tarter, Jr. unpack what's in the municipal budget, discuss how it's drafted, and what you need to know and can do as engaged citizens.
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