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The City of El Paso is gearing up for the 2017 budget and is looking for suggestions from city residents on how to save the City money and improve services.
“As we begin developing the budget for Fiscal Year 2017, we want to encourage our citizens to participate in the process by submitting their ideas and suggestions,” states Robert Cortinas, Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
According to the OMB’s website, “The budget and management staff of OMB develops and administers the budget process as a sound basis for planning, decision-making, and managing control of City resources for the Mayor, City Council, department heads, and the public.”
The public can click on the Budget Think Tank banner on the City’s webpage to access the form to submit their ideas.