Pasadena City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve the FY2013 budget for the Pasadena Crime Control and Prevention District.
The district had proposed a budget of $7.7 million in revenues and $8,217,272 in expenditures, with $5,673,0266 of those expenditures being personnel costs.
The city council voted to hold a public hearing on August 21 for the proposed FY2013 budget.
Council Member Pat Van Houte announced that there would be a workshop immediately following the council meeting on August 14, and hoped to “see a large turnout” to discuss the city's budget.
Van Houte advised that a copy of the proposed budget was available on the city's web site.
The city council voted to approve, on first reading, a contract renewal with SHI Government Solutions for the Novell Master License Agreement and maintenance for software for a period of one year. The contract renewal will cost a total of $58,132.
The city council voted to approve, on final reading, a $290,206 contract with Caldwell Country Chevrolet for the purchase of 12 vehicles.
The city council voted to approve, on final reading, a $247,223 contract with Philpott Motors, Ltd. for the purchase of 12 vehicles.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda