[GUEST COLUMN] COVID fiscal impact on Chandler less than feared

By Mayor Kevin Hartke | Chandler Arizonan

As we have now received actual revenue results for the first four months which were impacted by COVID-19 (March-June 2020), we are starting to see that the true impact of COVID-19 on our city’s General Fund budget has not been as significant as initially anticipated.

Chandler’s diversified economic base and unique local economy has put us in a good position, with revenues coming in higher than expected.

The City anticipated a $10.5 million reduction in revenues for the March through June period that closed out the Fiscal Year 2019-20, while the actual net impact was only $1.8 million.

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