The San Fernando City Council presented its first Town Hall meeting on Measure A on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to specifically update residents on how it was using tax revenue generated by the voter approved measure to pay down deficit in the City’s General Fund and support various City repair and improvement projects. City Manager Nick Kimball told an estimated 25 people in attendance along with a Facebook Live audience that projections estimate that slightly more than million will be raised in the 2020-21 fiscal year, of which 00,000 will be available for City budget allocation.

The San Fernando City Council presented its first Town Hall meeting on Measure A on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to specifically update residents on how it was using tax revenue generated by the voter approved measure to pay down deficit in the City’s General Fund and support various City repair and improvement projects. City Manager Nick Kimball told an estimated 25 people in attendance along with a Facebook Live audience that projections estimate that slightly more than $2 million will be raised in the 2020-21 fiscal year, of which $500,000 will be available for City budget allocation.