A two-year budget reflecting the current rate of revenues and expenditures will be provided for comment to the El Centro City Council on Wednesday.
The budget does not include any additional expenditures for capital improvements or additional personnel, according to City Manager Abdel Salem.
"The budget is basically to continue the status quo," Salem said, adding that any changes will be discussed at a third public workshop, the date of which will be set at Wednesday's council meeting.
The City Council meets in open session at 6:30 p.m. at 1275 Main St.
The proposed budgets for 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 show total expenditures equal to revenues. For 2001-02 revenues and expenditures are estimated at $42.68 million, while for 2002-03 they are estimated at $48.4 million.
Meanwhile, for fiscal 2001-02, the city's general fund is expecting revenues of $13 million with expenditures of $15.3 million. For fiscal 2002-03 the general fund's revenues are estimated at $13.26 million and expenditures at $15.9 million.