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Government Watch
June 12, 2014, 05:00 AM

City government

• At a meeting Tuesday, the Belmont City Council unanimously approved its 2014-15 fiscal year budget, which outlines $70 million in revenue and $63 million in expenses.

The council also unanimously approved its fire department’s request to relocate Foster City’s Truck 28 to San Mateo as part of the joint agreement to share fire services between the three cities. The Foster City Council approved the agreement last week and the San Mateo City Council will hear the proposal at meeting next week.

The Belmont City Council also unanimously approved an ordinance to establish the San Juan Canyon and portions of the Western Hills as wild-urban interface areas and designating it as a very high fire hazard severity zone.

 

 

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