Alameda County Budget To Take $7.1 Million Hit From Sequester

According to, the Alameda County Budget will take an estimated $7.1 million budget cut hit from the recently approved Sequester, last Friday. That number came from a County Of Alameda Analyst named Kai Mander.

The "Mander Report" was to northern california grant makers, who's budgets and programs depend to some degree on the Alameda County, California budget.

The cuts will impact the following Alameda County organizations and programs: Community Development Agency ($1.8 million), Social Services Agency ($1.8 million), Health Care Services Agency ($1.5 million), Sheriff ($1.1 million), District Attorney ($100,000), General Services Agency ($100,000), Debt financing ($700,000).

More at here: Alameda County, CA Budget – Sequester Impact: $7.1 Million

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