Town Operations Review Proposes Over $6 Million in Savings 

TOWN OF PALM BEACH NEWS RELEASE  |  Our Town  |  January 31, 2018

The Town of Palm Beach staff has completed the Comprehensive Review of Town Operations (CRTO), as requested by the Town Council in October 2017.

As a result of this expedited, yet thorough process, Town staff exceeded the Town Council’s goal of $5.42 million in sustainable budgetary reductions in order to direct those savings to the Town’s Retirement Fund to provide extraordinary contributions to the Fund to pay down the retirement unfunded liability faster than required.

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Comprehensive Review of Town Operations Executive Summary

FEBRUARY 23, 2018
MARCH 5, 2018

Full Report: Comprehensive Review of Town Operations (CRTO)



Palm Beach budget review finds nearly $5 million in cuts, revenue (Palm Beach Daily News)

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