Scottsdale budget paints optimistic projections

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

An early draft of next year’s city budget shows Scottsdale officials are confident that the city’s economy will continue to rebound from the pandemic.

Unlike the current budget – which went through tens of millions of dollars in last-minute cuts in the early months of the pandemic – the new proposal projects city revenues and spending returning to pre-COVID-19 levels.

The $1.7-billion proposed budget, presented to City Council on April 20, is significantly larger than $1.5-billion 2020-21 budget that runs through June 30.


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