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Controversial Muni Inspection Program Hangs On


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By Carissa Marsh cmarsh@theacorn.com

While most of the city's recent $3 million budget adjustment involved cuts, it also called for more money to be spent on a home inspection program that has been fighting for survival since earlier this year.

Due to the slowdown in residential development and an ongoing budget deficit, the city planned to lay off three building inspector positions in the building and safety department on Dec. 31.

But as part of its most recent budget action, the City Council allocated $78,400 to support the MUSTS program until the end of the fiscal year,

To read the rest of the article in the Simi Valley Acorn, click here.

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