Statements about City Budget

Says, "In the last four years we’ve cut $36 million in ongoing revenue."

Says she "oversaw an audit that won the city $2 million in franchise fees."

Says library district would come "at no direct cost to the city budget."

Says "TriMet's own analysis shows that YouthPass does not actually add to the transit agency's costs."

Says "As Mayor of Wilsonville, I drove TriMet out of town and replaced their bloated transit system with our own local bus line that offers better service and has saved our businesses millions of dollars."

Says she is "saving ratepayers $6 million/year."

Says "my advocacy questioning contracting out in Parks … delayed and altered the renewal of the Brooks contract, and reduced the number of contracted employees in Parks from over 100 to fewer than 40."

Says that "In 2009, I saved ratepayers around $500 million by persuading the Council to pursue a less expensive compliance mechanism if the City is required to treat Bull Run drinking water."

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