The Mayor's Office on Culture and the Arts Faces Potential Funding Cuts

ShareThisThe Honolulu City Council is looking at ways to close a projected 100 million dollar budget gap. User fees and property taxes are the sole sources of City revenue, so council members are turning a keen eye to expenditures. The Council is considering a proposal that would reduce the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts to one position, cutting $303,536 from MOCA's $345,188 budget. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.
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