Just a few weeks after the Lynnwood City Council found ways to plug a projected $5.3 million budget hole, the process is about to get under way again.
Monday night will be the first of four budget hearings that are scheduled on the city’s 2011 – 2012 biennial budget.
This early budget hearing is to accept public testimony on ideas and recommendations for city leaders to consider when developing the budget. It will be part of the Council’s regular Monday night meeting that begins at 7 p.m.
Council members have a tough job ahead of them. They’ll need to pay back $10 million from other accounts they borrowed for this year’s budget.