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LA MESA -- The City Council Thursday is spending a full day discussing the city's long-term plans and challenges.
The meeting, held in the public meeting room at the city's Fire Station on Allison Avenue began with a discussion of the city's finances which are remaining a delicate balance for the foreseeable future.
Finance staff told the council that projected increases in city costs will continue to slightly outpace revenue growth, leaving the city reliant on reserves for the next few years unless sales and property tax revenues pick up.
The council's annual workshop reviews long-term plans for each of the city's departments.