Mohave County supervisors contend funding sweeps by the state legislature are much to blame for the $3.8-million shortfall projected into the next county budget. Supervisors discussed a range of stop gap measures during Monday’s budget workshop.
A possible sweep of county television district funds was presented as one way to free up revenue. Other possibilities include property and sales tax tweaking.
Supervisor Hildy Angius said not funding architecture services for a new County Courthouse would be another way to save money.
Supervisors made no decisions during the workshop.
Their tax and budget deliberations will continued during next Monday’s Board meeting.