California’s most affluent special districts nearly doubled their spending over the course of a decade, while the value of their cash and investments nearly tripled, according to a Southern California News Group analysis of state data.
The figures revive the question many good-government advocates have been asking for decades: Do special districts, which operate largely under the public radar, simply have too much money?
Critics say they do, and argue that their functions should be absorbed into cities and counties that overlap their boundaries.
– PUB DATE: 2/19/2019 12:00:00 AM – SOURCE: Daily Breeze – Metered Site
Source: SEAFC National Fire News