Municipal Law and Budget Allocation

Jerry Brown signed a $183 billion state budget amid uncertain times when the California Government required a balanced state budget. In an article from the Sacramento Bee, Brown stated that the government was making decisive actions in budgeting for funds. He also added that the budget would provide the required funds to pay down debts, repair roads, provide medical care, and fund income taxed credit. 

A Look at How Money Will Be Spent

Education is the most important aspect in the state. For this reason, the government allocated the biggest share in schools and community colleges. It registered an increase of $3biilion, compared to the previous year’s $71.5 billion.

Universities were not left behind too, as the University of California, and all the state Universities in California, would not have to pay tuition fees anymore. However, there have been questions and public scrutiny in the allocation of funds forcing the municipal law to enact.

Enactment of the Municipal Law 

Municipal law’s mandate is to ensure the government, though under pressure in funding, the state should ensure a balanced budget. Meeting the needs of every city, public agency, or a constituency requires a high level of legal and regulatory knowledge. For this reason, the expertise of experienced lawyers such as our Palm Springs municipal lawyer is very necessary. Our lawyers are capable of offering comprehensive, cost-effective legal counsel to cities, and joint-power authority services.

For consultations, call us at 760-322-2276, Individuals are also welcome to inquire with us at our Municipal law firm offices in San Diego or Los Angeles. 

We are capable of maneuvering through legal complexities. The approach’s purpose is providing superior services to their communities by offering comprehensive government directives.