Well, We Knew This Would Happen: BRT Blames the Homeowners

By Aaron Kase
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The idea is that the departments take a closer look at how they can save money internally while still meeting their goals, said Deputy Controller Harvey Rice. 

The Controller was inspired by budget hearings when department heads were unable to articulate how they could cut 5% of their budget and still function.

"How can they meet their goals more effectively and efficiently?" Rice asked. The Controller wants the departments to figure it out before they get a performance audit.

City Council is not one of the five pilot departments in the program.

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