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Since 1993, San Clemente has presented a Long Term Financial Plan to outline its fiscal goals and expectations for the next five years. The presentation on Thursday, Feb. 25, is to continue that monetary planning tradition with a number of goals. Some of the key highlights that will be discussed include the city’s expenditures compared to revenues, as the city forecasts in its document—now available on its website. Deferred maintenance and transfers from the general fund and reserves also are expected to be discussed, as well as one-time expenditures.

The presentation of the city’s Long Term Financial Plan will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, at City Hall, 100 Avenida Presidio.

To view the LTFP in its entirety, go to www.san-clemente.org/LTFP2016.

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