Monday, March 19, 2007
Tom Fudge: Last week, San Diego City Hall got the news it had been waiting for, for years. The company KPMG had completed the city's 2003 audit. But apparently it's not quite time to pop the corks on the bottles of bubbly. This news does not mean San Diego gets a clean bill of fiscal health, and can now re-enter the public bond market. So what does it mean, exactly?
The San Diego City Council is scheduled to make a final vote on this budget ordinance today at the 2 p.m. City Council meeting at the City Administration Building, 202 C Street in downtown San Diego.
- Scott Peters , San Diego City Councilman representing the 1st District.