El Cerrito residents can ask about city’s financial crisis at upcoming town hall

EL CERRITO — Residents who want to learn more about the city’s ongoing financial woes can attend a virtual town hall Saturday to ask the City Council directly about the problems.

The meeting, which will be held over Zoom at 10 a.m. Saturday, will allow people to ask questions and offer thoughts about the city’s budget and finances, weeks after a state audit pilloried the council for years of unwise spending.

“Hear an update on the City’s budget, ask questions of staff, and share your thoughts with the City Council on all financial topics such as budget priorities, the state audit, financial conditions, etc.,” states an agenda item on the

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