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County approves largest budget in history, aims to help 'most vulnerable'

County approves largest budget in history, aims to help 'most vulnerable'

On June 26, San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved its largest budget ever: a $6.27 billion budget that includes increased commitments to mental health, homelessness and addiction services, breaking down barriers to success for those exiting the criminal justice system, increasing housing affordability and investing in neighborhoods and natural resources.

Board Chairwoman Kristin Gaspar said she was very proud to put her seal of approval on the 2018-19 budget.

“We’re looking at adopting a budget that aligns beautifully with our Live Well vision and that prevention strategy that we have for the region; that takes care of all San Diegans with a special...

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