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Dec 12 2013 (932 reads)
Denver’s 2014 City Budget will guide spending across departments, expand access to programs and services, fund important priorities set by the City Council, and improve infrastructure.  For the first time in five years, thanks to voter approval of Measure 2A in 2012, a recovering economy, and strong fiscal management, Denver does not face a budget shortfall in 2014.  The Mayor’s original budget included $3 million to seed an affordable housing trust fund and new funding for bike-pedestrian planning and infrastructure in accordance with Council-adopted budget priorities.  Through additional dialogue with Council, the final budget will also help Denver keep pace with the quickly changing economy by ensuring we have adequate staffing to oversee plans and permitting. 

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