By John Loesing
Acorn Staff Writer
The Agoura Hills City Council approved an $18.6 million balanced budget last week, but officials said revenues for the coming year could fall short if the state follows through on threats to reduce funding to city and county governments.
Trying desperately to balance their own budget, state lawmakers have hinted they will cut at least $1 billion in payments to cities and counties, including a reduction from vehicle license fees and redevelopment f...
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